Getting Started With Communications Suite

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Getting Started With Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite

Getting Started
1. About Convergence

Convergence is a highly customizable Web 2.0 client for Messaging Server, Calendar Server, Instant Messaging, and third-party add-ons.

2. What's New in Unified Communications Suite?

This document summarizes all features in Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7.0.5.0.0 that shipped on October 31, 2013.

3. Product Capabilities

Learn more about Communications Suite features, read press releases, and find out what the analysts have to say.

4. Plan Your Unified Communications Suite Deployment

The Communications Suite Deployment Planning Guide is the place to start to get an overview of Communications Suite, understand the business reasoning behind deploying Unified Communications Suite, and plan the deployment process itself.

5. Get All the Software for a Unified Communications Suite Deployment

To install a Unified Communications Suite deployment, including the Convergence client, download the necessary software from the Oracle Software Deliver Cloud. This site also provides download links for the dependent component products that you need (including Oracle GlassFish Server and Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition).

6. Installing Unified Communications Suite

This document describes how to install specific Unified Communications Suite products on a specific machine (a machine can mean either a computer or a Solaris Zone). It is designed to be a low-level document describing the product installation tasks required for new deployments and upgrades.

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7. Want More Collaboration?

The Unified Communications Suite community collaborates through a number of sites and methods, including forums, users groups, email aliases, and blogs.

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