Which version of dbWalker are you running? It says at the top of the log.
Is this from a 3.1.4 install or are you running this on your 2.4.6 system prior to exporting the database?
That error normaly means you have a subscriber that is missing their primary call handler which is usually a situation where a Unity server has been removed from the network without properly uninstalling Unity first... there are other scenarios that cause that but this is the most common.
Actually, running config manager wont help here since this is the install account which wont be known by the default db scripts it runs. In 2.4.6 we would make the install account a full subscriber during install, something we don't do in 3.x any longer for various reasons.
This account SHOULD be a full subscriber with a proper call handler and an extension number assigned to it. Looks like it was hosed by accident or on purpose at some point along the way. If you just clean off the properties of that mail user it wont hurt anything (i.e. Unity wont care) but you wont be able to access the SA with that account, of course. Other than that, it's not a critical issue. I'd clean the subscriber properties off that guy and do the export and go.
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