Which of the following is not a Microsoft Exchange storage limit that can be addressed in a Cisco Unity phone conversation?
- Issue Warning
- Prohibit Send
- Prohibit Send and Receive
- Message Aging
Message Aging is not a Microsoft Exchange storage limit. Therefore, a Cisco Unity phone conversation cannot address a Message Aging storage limit. Message Aging is a Cisco Unity option that can be used to move voice mail messages of a given age to the Deleted Items folder, or delete them permanently. This option is disabled by default. However, you can enable this option as a more permanent solution for a user who has a high volume of inbound voice mail messages that are never manually deleted.
Cisco Unity integrates voice messaging with email services provided by Microsoft Exchange. In a Cisco Unity and Microsoft Exchange environment, voice messages, email, and fax messages can all be accessed from the same client, such as a PC or a touchtone phone. When a user’s mailbox exceeds Microsoft Exchange storage limit thresholds, Cisco Unity can notify the user by using the phone conversation.
Microsoft Exchange has three different storage limit thresholds that can be configured system-wide or on a per-user basis. When a user’s mailbox size exceeds a configured threshold, Microsoft Exchange and Cisco Unity carry out different actions depending on the storage limit that applies.
When the Issue Warning threshold is exceeded, both Cisco Unity and Microsoft Exchange will send a notification to the user that the mailbox has exceeded the threshold. The warning gives users an opportunity to delete or archive old messages before stricter mailbox size enforcement measures are activated. When the Prohibit Send threshold is exceeded, neither Cisco Unity nor Microsoft Exchange will allow the user to send messages. When the Prohibit Send and Receive threshold is exceeded, neither Microsoft Exchange nor Cisco Unity will allow the user to send or receive messages. In addition, Cisco Unity will forward any messages that cannot be delivered to its Unaddressed Messages distribution list. Messages that are forwarded to the Unaddressed Messages distribution list will not be delivered to the intended recipients.