When a user is in Unity and a second user attempts to checks his/her messages at the same instant, the user doesn't reach his/her mailbox. Instead he/she receives outside greeting. <br><br>I thought 1.00.32 TSP fixed this problem... Am I thinking of something else??? Or is something else happening?<br><br>
I would just reapply the default routing rules using ConfigMGr (found under the \commserver direcory). Just select the "routing rules" radio button and browse to \commserver\localize\defaultconfiguration\enu\ and select the DefaultRules.DCS script and apply it.
A restart of Unity will be required before the rules are parsed.
Also, have you installed Unity 2.4.6 build 126? Or is this still on 102?
If those are not the issues, then you should open a case with TAC since we'll need to look at CM and Unity traces to see what's going on with your system.
Unity is not running lastest update (126), instead production Unity is running 2.4.6 release 102. After rerunning default rules, problem still is exists. I have opened a case with TAC to look deeper into this issue. Thanks.
Yeah, you need to be at 126 for this fix. It wasn't just in the TSP, it was a change in the MIU that comes with 126 as well. We needed to wait for a "correction packet" to come from CM to tell us where the call really came from before taking off and evaluating the routing rules... pretty sure that's the issue you're experiencing here.
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