In Cisco Unity, "networking" is the general term for messaging between Cisco Unity servers, and between Cisco Unity subscribers and individuals who do not use Cisco Unity. The term networking has a broad definition and encompasses the following ideas:
•Subscribers associated with one Cisco Unity server can use the phone to send voice messages to:
–Subscribers associated with another Cisco Unity server.
–Individuals with access to a computer connected to the Internet.
•Unidentified callers can find any subscriber in the phone directory and leave a voice message. Depending on the phone system and network configuration, unidentified callers who reach the Cisco Unity automated attendant or directory assistance can be transferred to any subscriber phone, even to the phone of a subscriber who is not associated with the local server. (Note there are limitations to this functionality. See the "Notable Behavior" section for more information.)