Upgraded from 2.46 to 3.1 the other day. Noticed upon import of Unity data back into system my mailboxes starting with 0 (zero) as the leading digit were truncated to 3 digits. Upgrade dump/import must store as a numeric value and therefore delete the zero. Something to watch out for--anyone else seen this?<br><br>
No, the export tool stores that in an Access database as a string (up to 30 characters). I do know there have been issues on and off with 0 leading extensions here and there, it's possible one of the interfaces I'm using to get/set these values in the DOH/SQL is converting to a number, but I kinda doubt it since that value can go to 30 digits. I'll poke around in the import code to see if there's some logic error or another in there causing this.
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