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This documentation applies to Communications Suite 7 Update 1 at the time of its release. The most up-to-date documentation is available at the Communications Suite Documentation Home.

Welcome to the Oracle Communications Unified Communications Suite Information Wiki.

Find information about Unified Communications Suite or help to improve the existing documentation yourself by signing up and contributing. Communications Suite 7 Update 1 can be downloaded here as of September 2, 2010.

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  1. Jul 08, 2010

    Is there an update available which integrates Convergence with Calendar Server 7?

    1. Jul 08, 2010

      This will be available in the next CommSuite release.

      • Joe
  2. Aug 10, 2010

    It appears that DSEE is no longer available to download. (links provided do not find the packages.) "edelivery" doesn't appear to have it either. Is this really no longer available?

    1. Aug 10, 2010

      Go to edelivery and choose sun products. It should be there.

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