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How many VM domains I can have in an enviroment?

How many VM domains I can have in an enviroment?

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Hello folks,

Is there a limit about the number of voice mail domains in my office enviroment?

At this moment I have a VMD by facility.

I tried to find out this information but I could not find it in the admin guide.

Thank you in advance!!!

RE: How many VM domains I can have in an enviroment?

Mm is created with one domain.

RE: How many VM domains I can have in an enviroment?

goku78, thank you for finally reviewing/reading the administration guide.

The information you are looking for with this question is in the concepts and planning guide for MM. There are no limits to the number of VMDs within an environment. There are however limitations of certain features between some of them, depending on their backends. There are also limitations within VMDs themselves (number of MAS servers, etc).

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