Platform:<br>Wink2k - Exchange 5.5<br>Unity 3.1<br><br>Scenario:<br>Just upgraded from 2.4.6 to 3.1. When a subscriber presses the messages button to check Voice Mail, the user is prompted to enter their ID instead of their password. Upon entering your ID and hitting the # key, the Fail Safe Directory handling message plays instead of going to the account greeting message. <br><br>When looking at the Event Viewer log, the following message appears below. <br><br>I am stuck at a loss here and do not know how to fix this, any ideas and fast responses would be greatly appreciated.<br><br><br>Thank you for your time.<br><br>CAvSValidateID::ValidateSubType returned [0x80004005] on line 946 of file e:\views\cs_ue126.96.36.199\un_Conv1\AvConvSubscriber\AvConvSubSignInSvr\AvSValidateID.cpp <br><br>Running conversation SubSignIn on Port 1 <br>Caller's ID from NamedProps : 6479 <br><br> <br><br>
If you pull these subscribers up in the SA, do they look OK (i.e. is their extension in there alright, any goofy errors pop up)? Were there any errors at all during the import process? Try running the latest dbWalker version and see if it barks about anything... that'd be a good place to start.
Definitely looks like the subscribers are not formed properly... I'm betting there were errors in the import log somewhere along the line...
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