Make sure that the PC that will be running the Integrated Messaging Server, normally the Voicemail Pro server PC, is a member of the same domain as the Exchange server.
Right-click Network Neighbourhood and select Properties.
Right-click My Computer. Select Properties and select the Network Identification Tab.
Note: To join the domain you will need to use a log on account with administrative permissions on the domain.
Create an account called IMS on the domain and an associated Mailbox. Provide a secure password and ensure User Cannot Change Password and Password Never Expires are ticked.
On the Voicemail Pro PC, select Administrative Tools | Computer Management | Groups.
Select Add. In the Look In drop-down select the domain name.
In the Name window highlight the IMS account and click Add. Click on OK twice.
On the desktop, right-click on the Outlook icon and select Properties to configure the IMS Account.
On the Mail Properties | General Screen, click Add.
Check the Microsoft Exchange checkbox followed by Next >.
Type in the Exchange servers name in the Server field, and IMS account in the Mailbox field. Click Next >.
Select No when asked if you travel with this computer. Click Next >.
Highlight the MS Exchange Settings and click Properties.
Highlight Microsoft Exchange Server and click Properties.
Click Check name and ensure the name is resolved.
If the name is resolved, select Apply. Click OK twice and then Close.
Do not continue until the name has been correctly resolved with the Exchange Server. If the name is not correctly resolved, check the Exchange and Mail account details with the Exchange Administrator.
Open Outlook and select Yes to register Outlook as the Default eMail application.