Recently, I tried to remove a member in the UNADRESSEDMESSAGES DISTRIBUTION LIST and the system<br>didn't let me do it. I add more members and it was ok. I remove the ADMINISTRATOR (DEFAULT) and the one's I had before and it was ok. But there is one member in a group that I could not remove. Why ? <br><br>
I tried to delete a member from the UNITY SAWeb and it was not the last one in the list. What I really don't understand, it is that I was able to add and delete any subscribers from that list but there was one subscriber I never been able to delete.
I just tried this on a machine here and it worked fine for me. Do you get any error messages in your event log when you try to do this? Is the subscriber you are trying to delete exisiting on the Unity system? You might want to get Cisco TAC involved on this. They might be able to look into the system for issues.
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