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Enabling Technologies UM, UC and Avaya Modular Messaging R 4.0 Overview Cover 12 states in Midwest and some of west coast. Important to understand how ETC evolved: Started as Microsoft GOLD Partnered with Octel developers to provide Exchange backend integration when they developed vm in app Octel sold to Lucent Partnered with Lucent/AVAYA to provide Exchange backend integration for MM Octel/MM developers hired by Microsoft to develop UC Partnered again with developers to educate SI partners on messaging and telephony integration Charles “Wes” Lowe

2 Topics for Discussion Definitions (UM, UC, MM, AES, LCS & OCS, Presence, etc) Differences Between Unified Messaging and Unified Communications Basic UC Infrastructure Basic Modular Messaging system w/ an Exchange or Lotus Notes Backend Basic Modular Messaging system w/ a MSS Backend Pros and Cons of Exchange vs. MSS Backend Overview of Avaya Modular Messaging R 4.0 Features Overview of Avaya One-X Speech Overview of Avaya AES server

3 Acronym Definitions Unified Messaging (or UM) is the integration of different streams of communication ( , Fax, voice, etc) into a single, or, unified ”message store”, accessible from a variety of different devices. Unified messaging is a subset of a fully integrated Unified Communications system Examples of UM products include: Avaya Unified Messenger (or Avaya UM) Avaya Modular Messaging (or MM) w/ Exchange or Lotus Notes Backend

4 Basic UM Infrastructure

5 Acronym Definitions Unified communications (or UC) is "an industry term used to describe all forms of call and multimedia/cross-media message-management functions controlled by an individual user for both business and social purposes”. This potentially includes the integration of fixed and mobile voice, , instant messaging, presence, voic , fax, audio, video and web conferencing, unified messaging, unified voic , and white-boarding into a single environment while offering the user a more complete but simpler and more effective experience. Examples of UC products include: Microsoft Exchange / Live Communications Server (or LCS) Microsoft Exchange / Office Communications Server (or OCS) IBM Lotus Notes / Sametime Avaya Application Enablement Server (or AES) for OCS / LCS Presence and Click to Call

6 Basic UC Infrastructure

7 The difference between UM and UC
Unified Communications is sometimes confused with Unified Messaging, but it is distinct. Unified Communications refers to a real-time delivery of communications based on the preferred method and location of the recipient; Unified Messaging systems culls messages from several sources (such as , voice mail and faxes), but holds those messages for retrieval at a later time. Unified Communications can include a variety of elements, such as instant messaging, telephony, video, , voic , and white-boarding all of which could be brought into real time and coordinated. The concept of presence is also a factor – knowing where one’s intended recipients are and if they are available, in real time – and is itself a key component of unified communications. To put it simply, Unified Communications integrates all the systems that a user might already be using and helps those systems work together in real time.

8 Basic MM w/ MSS Backend

9 Pros & Cons of Exchange vs. MSS Backend
Exchange Backend True Unified Messaging Voic in Exchange Inbox Listen to Voic & via TUI Listen to Messages via Outlook Play Voice Messages via Mobile Device MSS Backend Stand Alone Voic System Stand Alone Private Network Stand Alone Security Limited Tax on Corporate Network / Exchange Listen to Messages via Outlook (Separate Inbox from Exchange) CONs Exchange Backend Dependant on Corporate Network Dependant on AD and Exchange Availability Tax on Exchange Information Store Size CALs Required for non-Exchange Mailbox Users MSS Backend No Exchange Integration without 3rd Party Applications

10 Avaya MM R 4.0 Features Support for Avaya MSS, Exchange or Lotus Notes Backend Support for Exchange 2007 Use of Avaya Aria, Audix or Serenade TUIs Outlook Thick Client or Restricted Client Lotus Notes Thick Client Web Client (MSS only) Web Subscriber Options IMAP4 or POP3 Access to VM Messages Multilingual Language Support Record Optional Greetings in up to 3 Languages Call / Find / Notify Me Features System Auto Attendant w/ Custom Prompts Caller Applications Multiple Time Zone Support (by COS or Subscriber) MSS only – Option to use Corporate Domain for Security Exchange / Notes only – Customer Provider Servers are supported T1 / E1 / H.323 / DSE / Analog Integration Support On-demand MWI Refresh MWI Reset per user on Exchange Backend Fax Support (yes, including Exchange and Notes) 3rd Party Fax Server Support System Wide Zero Out and Per User Zero Out (and can be based on a schedule) Build in Offline Mode Should the Message Store go Offline (MSS and Exchange)

11 Basic MM w/ MSS Backend w/ One-X Speech

12 Thank you! Questions?

13 AES Telephony Integration with Microsoft OCS
Microsoft Office Communication Server (OCS) 2007 User starts Microsoft Office Communicator Checks presence, sees buddy status as on-hook Right clicks and calls Picks up handset and talks Puts call on hold with Communicator Handset goes silent Starts call on another line Adds party to conference Hangs up phone uaCSTA (CSTA over SIP) AE Services 4.0 Avaya CTI uaCSTA (CSTA over SIP) Avaya Communication Manager Cell Phones (EC500) H.323/DCP/Analog

14 Thank you! Questions?

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