Design Guide for Cisco Unity Connection Release 8.x
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A

active/active. See Cisco Unity Connection cluster

Active Directory availability 2-2

administrative tools overview 1-9

APIs 1-10

audio codecs

audio quality, supportability, and disk space requirements 3-3

considerations for VPIM Networking 3-4

list of supported 3-2

tips for choosing 3-3

transcoding 3-2

automated attendant overview 1-3

B

backups 12-1

C

calendar integration, overview 1-5

Cisco Fax Server

administration 13-2

how users manage fax messages 13-2

single direct-inward-dial (DID) number support 13-3

Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator

maximum number of mobile clients 3-8

overview 1-8

Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage

maximum number of mobile clients 3-8

overview 1-8

Cisco Unified Personal Communicator

maximum number of clients 3-9

overview 1-7

Cisco Unity Connection API

CUMI 1-11

CUNI 1-12

CUPI 1-11

CUTI 1-12

Cisco Unity Connection cluster

dial-out port configuration 11-6

load balancing calls 11-4

load balancing clients 11-5

overview 11-1

publisher server 11-2

requirements 11-3

subscriber server 11-3

support for separation of servers 11-3

cluster, Cisco Unity Connection

dial-out port configuration 11-6

load balancing calls 11-4

load balancing clients 11-5

overview 11-1

publisher server 11-2

requirements 11-3

subscriber server 11-3

support for separation of servers 11-3

codecs

audio quality, supportability, and disk space requirements 3-3

considerations for VPIM Networking 3-4

list of supported 3-2

tips for choosing 3-3

transcoding 3-2

conversation customization 1-2

CUMI 1-11

CUNI 1-12

CUPI 1-11

CUTI 1-12

D

DHCP, availability 2-1

Digital Networking 5-1

disaster recovery 12-1

DNS, availability 2-1

E

email access in external message store, overview 1-6

end user interfaces, overview 1-2

H

hardware support overview 1-15

high availability. See Cisco Unity Connection cluster

I

IBM Lotus Sametime

maximum number of clients 3-9

overview 1-7

IMAP

clients, sizing Connection servers for 3-6

email clients overview 1-6

IMAP Idle, effect on sizing Connection servers 3-6

integration

call control 10-8

call information 10-7

Cisco Unified CM 10-2, 10-10

Cisco Unified CM authentication and encryption 10-12

Cisco Unified CM Express 10-19

Cisco Unified SIP Proxy with PIMG/TIMG integrations 10-6

Cisco Unified SRST 10-21

deploying phones across a WAN 10-10

description 10-2

digital integration with digital PIMG units 10-3

DTMF integration with analog PIMG units 10-3

general issues 10-9

in-band integration with TIMG units 10-5

multiple phone systems 10-29

multiple versions of Cisco Unified CM and Cisco Unified CM Express 10-21

overview 10-1

PIMG 10-27

port group configuration forCisco Unified CM cluster 10-17

QSIG-enabled phone system with ISR voice gateway 10-31

sample path of call 10-8

serial integration with analog PIMG units 10-4

serial integration with TIMG units 10-4

settings 10-7

SIP 10-25

support overview 1-16

TIMG 10-27

L

languages overview 1-4

LDAP directory integration

attribute mappings 9-4

authentication, configuring 9-8

authentication and Microsoft Active Directory 9-9

authentication overview 1-13, 9-7

benefits 9-1

Connection users, creating 9-5

how authentication works 9-8

LDAP users, filtering 9-6

overview 9-1

synchronization configuration 9-2

synchronization overview 1-13

synchronization task list 9-2

licensing overview 1-12

line codecs, supported 3-2

M

Messaging Assistant

maximum number of clients 3-8

overview 1-10

Messaging Inbox

maximum number of clients 3-8

overview 1-7, 1-10

migration 7-1

mobile clients, maximum number 3-8

MWIs, port group configuration forCisco Unified CM cluster 10-17

N

name resolution, availability 2-1

networking

audio codec considerations for VPIM Networking 3-4

considerations when migrating 7-1

network resources, availability 2-1

P

partitions and search spaces, using 1-3

Personal Call Transfer Rules overview 1-10

phone system integration

call control 10-8

call information 10-7

Cisco Unified CM 10-2, 10-10

Cisco Unified CM authentication and encryption 10-12

Cisco Unified CM Express 10-19

Cisco Unified SIP Proxy with PIMG/TIMG integrations 10-6

Cisco Unified SRST 10-21

deploying phones across a WAN 10-10

description 10-2

digital integration with digital PIMG units 10-3

DTMF integration with analog PIMG units 10-3

general issues 10-9

in-band integration with TIMG units 10-5

multiple phone systems 10-29

multiple versions of Cisco Unified CM and Cisco Unified CM Express 10-21

overview 10-1

PIMG 10-27

port group configuration forCisco Unified CM cluster 10-17

QSIG-enabled phone system with ISR voice gateway 10-31

sample path of call 10-8

serial integration with analog PIMG units 10-4

serial integration with TIMG units 10-4

settings 10-7

SIP 10-25

support overview 1-16

TIMG 10-27

R

recording codecs, supported 3-2

restores 12-1

RSS feeds

maximum number of clients 3-9

overview 1-7

S

Sametime, IBM Lotus

maximum number of clients 3-9

overview 1-7

security

overview 1-13

secure communications overview 1-15

secure messages overview 1-14

servers

determining voice port configuration 3-4

sizing and scaling 3-1

sizing for IMAP clients 3-6

storage capacity for voice messages 3-5

single inbox

about 6-1

Active Directory considerations 6-14

associating Exchange email with Connection users 6-3

client access to Connection voice messages 6-15

deploying 6-4

Microsoft Exchange considerations 6-9

network considerations 6-5

restoring Exchange mailboxes 6-17

scalability 6-5

secure messaging, using 6-15

unified messaging services and accounts 6-2

Survivable Remote Site Voicemail (SRSV) 10-24

T

TUI sessions, determining number 3-6

U

unified messaging

associating Exchange email with Connection users 6-3

services and accounts 6-2

user interface overview 1-2

users, determining maximum per server 3-5

V

ViewMail for Outlook overview 1-6

Visual Voicemail

maximum number of clients and sessions 3-7

overview 1-7

voice messages, storage capacity 3-5

voice ports, determining number and configuration 3-4

VPIM Networking

audio codec considerations 3-4

design considerations 5-7

VUI sessions, determining number 3-6

W

Web Inbox

maximum number of clients 3-8

overview 1-7