Exchange Server 2013 Unified Messaging

This course will help you learn how to configure Unified Messaging within your environment so that your end-users can benefit from a solution that is already built-in and waiting for you to use.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 26, 2014
Duration
3h 30m
Table of contents
Introduction
An Overview of Unified Messaging
Prerequisites for Unified Messaging
Understanding Unified Messaging Components
Configure Unified Messaging
Troubleshoot Unified Messaging
High Availability and Load Balancing of Unified Messaging
Migrate Unified Messaging
Monitor Unified Messaging
Unified Messaging: Going Further
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 26, 2014
Duration
3h 30m
Description

Unified Messaging is a set of services in Exchange 2013 that allow you to provide a universal Inbox that includes voicemails, emails and, if configured with a 3rd party provider, incoming fax. It also provides the ability for end users to call into the system and interact and listen to emails and such through Outlook Voice Access (OVA) and see transcriptions of email through voicemail preview. However, there is a complexity level attached and unfamiliar ground for most IT folks into the world of telephony to get UM up and running. This course will help you learn how to configure Unified Messaging within your environment so that your end-users can benefit from a solution that is already built-in and waiting for you to use.

About the author
About the author

J. Peter Bruzzese (one of the co-founders of ClipTraining.com) is an Exchange MVP and an internationally published technical author with over a dozen titles to his credit. In addition, he is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and a Triple-MCSE and MCITP for Messaging. He has been a technical journalist for 15 years and is the Enterprise Windows columnist for InfoWorld.

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