I had about 12 Unity subscribers that were accidentally deleted and added into another container in exchange before they were deleted in Unity. I used the dbWalker and in the log it said that the orphaned call handler for each user that was deleted & rebuilt in exchange had been deleted. The problem that I am having is I still can not import these users from exchange when I want to create a subscriber account for them. Do I need to stop & restart Unity or reboot the Unity server?<br><br>
Use the "-r" command line parameter when starting up the Exchange administration interface (i.e. "Admin.exe -r"). This will make the raw options visible.
That said, once you get the registry changes necessary for Unity to see into the peer containers at the site level, dbWalker should pick these guys up and determine that they are "stranded" mail users (this is an option at the top of the dbWalker interface). It'll see that they don't have any primary call handlers any longer and automatically remove the Unity properties from those accounts and log the information to the output file. Probably easier than doing it manually if you have a bunch of folks you left stranded.
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