We have backup exec (with the SQL and Exchange Agents) for our Unity server. Trying to do a full backup and getting a lot of messages stating "Directory not found" All pointing to unity-specific type things...not our user mailboxes.
Directory not found. Can not backup directory ?Example Administrator [eadministrator3ae5a68a] and its subdirectories.
Directory not found. Can not backup directory ?Example Subscriber [esubscriber3ae5a68a] and its subdirectories.
Directory not found. Can not backup directory ?System Attendant [servers/cn=lmnop-unity/cn=microsoft system attendant]?Common Views and its subdirectories.
Seems like maybe Unity wasn't properly set up initially? Any ideas?
Exchange 5.5 or 2000? Which version of Unity are we talking about here? Has anyone ever logged into those mailboxes via outlook or over the telephone (the system attendant isn't our box but the two example accounts are).
Probably something that should be taken up with the BackupExec folks... those look like classic "file in use" type errors - if it can't handle files currently open and in use that's not something we can do anything about on our end of the pond... the IVC isn't doing anything especially evil on those directories that would cause the backup process to cough up a hairball...
In other words, don't attempt to back up the "Internet Voice Connector" mailbox or the "System Attendant" mailbox and you won't get an error.
The other problems I was having with the Example Admin and Subscriber mailbox were because those mailboxes were "orphaned" by a previous admin. I had to associate them to a user temporarily and delete the mailboxes.
I'm not able to access my old voice mail messages all of a sudden. The recording says something like 'the message is currently not available'. This has never happened before in all the years I have been using this system. I have t...