You shouldn't ever need to change the PW on that particular account if you don't want to - when we create it at install time it's given a random password - we don't use the password to gain access to the mailbox - we have send as/recieve as rights on the mailstores and use that for access.
As long as that account isn't associated with any Unity services in the SCM (it shouldn't be normally but in 3.x some configurations did this) you can change the PW in AD for this guy no problem - it wont mess us up. If it is associated with a service you'll need to be sure to change the PW in the SCM as well.
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