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MM Servicing both Exchange & Domino

MM Servicing both Exchange & Domino

MM Servicing both Exchange & Domino

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I believe this can be accomplished using Avaya as the Message Store. I have 100+ users working off Exchange and 1500+ off Notes.

What would I have to do differently to support them all? Does the change take place at the client in Outlook and the client in Notes - so the MM doesn't care? Or is something needed on the MM side as well?

Are these add-ins for Exchange & Notes generally included in the total cost of MM or are there additional costs per component?

Thanks,
CJH

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RE: MM Servicing both Exchange & Domino

The clients are add-ins for Outlook or Notes.  The client builds a a tunnel into the MSS to retrieve the messages.  There is no costs for the clients.

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