AvNotifier_MC error attempting to set MWI for user
Hello all -
Unity 3.1(5) and CCM 3.3 spC
I am getting the following error for a single user in my application event log:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: AvNotifier_MC
Event Category: Run
Event ID: 1046
Time: 10:59:00 AM
Failed to set message waiting lamp for user x, ext xxxxx, reason: Load from Doh failed.
Description of problem: This user's CCM extension was changed, so the user was deleted from Unity. Upon re-adding user to Unity with new extension, we experienced some problems with access to our GC. Assertion failed and we had to use the RemoveSubscriberProperties tool on the user before reattempting the import. After successfully importing the user into Unity, we started getting the AvNotifier_MC errors for the user's old extension, not the new one. I have used DohPropTest tool on the user and confirmed Notification MWI is MWI-1 and all fields appear normal when matched against a working user. I did try adding the old extension to the user as an alternate, but this did not correct the AvNotifier_MC errors. I have confirmed that we can dial the MWI-on and MWI-off numbers OK Is there a way to correct this in the Unitydb without deleting the subscriber at this point?
Re: AvNotifier_MC error attempting to set MWI for user
Hello - Here is an update ... I worked with TAC on this problem. After normal working hours, I deleted the user and waited for directory synchronization to occur (well beyond our GC refresh interval.) I re-imported the user into Unity and performed several MWI tests that all worked fine this time around. I did some further checking and found Unity's default DC is different than the GC. I am making this correction this evening to have both the DC and GC be the same server.
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