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Starting with Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite 7.0.6, and Delegated Administrator and Calendar Server 7.0.5, the documentation for Connector for Microsoft Outlook 8.0.2, Contacts Server 8.0, Instant Messaging Server 9.0.2, Delegated Administrator, and Calendar Server 7.0.5 is available on the Oracle Documentation site at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/indexes/documentation/oracle-communications-185806.html.

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Find information about Unified Communications Suite or help to improve the existing documentation yourself by signing up and contributing. Communications Suite 7.0.6 can be downloaded here as of Aug 12, 2014.

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Getting Started: See what's new, get the software, get going

Technical FAQs: Have questions, start here

Automated Install: Use the EMRA Toolkit to automate your installation

Tech Tips: Read articles authored by Comms experts

Product Indexes: See all information on this wiki for a product

Collaboration: Mailing list, forums, blogs and other collaboration resources


1. Plan: Develop Comms Suite deployment blueprints

2. Install: Install all or part of Comms Suite

3. Customize: Create customized code and interfaces

4. Manage: Operate and administer your deployment

5. Upgrade: Upgrade or migrate existing services

6. Troubleshoot: Troubleshoot issues and problems

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