I am glad to see queries coming from developers as they start to develop complex applications using the Unity Connection API.
There are questions when using the notifications about the scale of the new applications being developed.

The developer should plan on doing a scale test to determine the final numbers. The various components that build the solution can provide their numbers, but combining them together can lead to situations which were not clear earlier.
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I get asked this question a lot -
How do I get a quick count on the number of messages in a mailbox?

The CUMI API for Unity Connection makes it really easy to do this.
When making the REST API call, if the pagenumber parameter is specified as “0”, the response will include attribute named “total” which indicates the number of total messages in the queried folder and the message list in the XML is suppressed,

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What are Dispatch Messages?
Dispatch Messages are messages that are send to a distribution list, configured such that only one user in the group needs to act on the message. When listening to a dispatch message, users are given the option to accept, postpone, or decline the message.
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Lately I am hearing about a lot of partners wanting to create applications where an Administrator would like to open up end user mailboxes and do various operations on it. E.g. Admin wants to know if the Mailboxes are going over limits, Admin wants to extract voice mails as wave files for some legal issues etc.

The CUMI by default is setup to be used with the end user authentication. For an admin to be able to look at the users mailboxes, you will need to add the " ...Read More


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