In Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition (CMBE), you delete Cisco Unity Connection user accounts in Cisco Unified CM Administration. (Use the applicable User Management page to find the user or application user, then delete.)
To learn more about deleting Connection accounts in Cisco Unified CM Administration, see the online Help, or the "End User Configuration" and "Application User Configuration" chapters of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration Guide.
Note the following considerations for deleting an account:
•If a user account is referenced by other objects in the Cisco Unity Connection (for example, if the user is set to be a recipient of messages left in an interview handler, or if a call handler is set to transfer incoming calls to the user phone), you will not be allowed to delete the user account until you have changed settings on the other objects to remove references to the user account you want to delete. If you try to delete a user account without first changing settings on objects that reference the user account, the delete operation will fail.
•An administrator is prohibited from deleting his or her own account.
•When you delete the account of a user with a voice mailbox, that user will be automatically deleted from the All Voice Mail Users distribution list.
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