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Figure 8-3 Cisco Unity 4.0 Unified Architecture with a Domino Message Store
Understanding Cisco PA Architecture
Windows 2000 Server is also used for Cisco PA 1.4. It is installed on a separate server with
Cisco-supported hardware. The supported platforms are discussed in Chapter 7.
Cisco PA software consists of three major components: Cisco PA Server, PA Web
Administration, and PA Speech Recognition Server. For performance purposes, you may
choose to install the optional Speech Recognition software on a separate server. In addition,
Cisco IP Phone Productivity Services can be installed on a separate server. This enables some
of the PA features to be accessed from the display of Cisco 7940, 7960, and 7970 phones. The
integration options to either view your Microsoft Outlook calendar on the display phone or to
use routing rules based on your calendar require Exchange 5.5 or later. These features are
currently not supported with Domino.
Cisco PA 1.4 integrates with Cisco CallManager 3.2 or later. For name lookups in the corporate
directory, a directory server such as Cisco CallManager’s DC directory server is required. (You
can use a third-party directory service, such as Microsoft Active Directory or Netscape
Directory Services).
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Cisco Unity
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Internet Explorer
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