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Exchange 2007 is modifying attachment format

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I have one Exchange 2007 server.  My phone system is configured to send voicemail to email.  This has been working fine until recently.  Before the issue the email would have a WAV file attached with the voicemail message... Pretty simple!!  Now, the email comes in with an attachment, but it is a .MSG.  If you open the attached .MSG the WAV file is with it.  The issue with that is Blackberry users cannot open the attached MSG file to get to their voicemail.  I have already posted this issue with no success here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_26408255.html#a33466517

As a side note, when the email comes in Outlook classifies the email as a Unified Message, but I am not using Unified Messaging nor is it configured... To my knowledge...

PLEASE HELP!
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I fixed it by changing the SMTP setting in VMPro to MAPI and installing Outlook on the Server.

http://www.carrollcommunications.com/vmpro/changesmtp.html
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