I'm having trouble with DLs after moving Unity 4.2.1 to new hardware and upgrading from W2K to 2003.
I cannot manage the DLs from SA. When I click on Members, all of the options are grayed out.
I've also noticed that the names of the DLs have strange new names. For example, "CAPH-ACS-CH Admin" is now "CAPH-ACS-CH Admin088d4c2f". I have a lot of DLs that I used to grant permissions to change the greetings of several CHs.
I believe this is the problem ... prior to performing the DiRT restore of your Unity system, these distribution lists existed and were not deleted from the system (AD/Exchange). When the DiRT restore was run, it attempted to create these again. Since the alias of each was already in use, it had no choice but to create the DL using the hex chars at the end of the name. A similar thing happened to me when I moved a Unity 4.0(3) server to new hardware. If you look, I suspect you will also see duplicates of your AllSubscribers, Unaddressed messages etc. In my case, I attempted to cleanup by deleting the DLs, however I deleted the wrong ones and Unity began registering errors. I worked with TAC and we used this utility (see attached link) to rebuild Unity's Public DLs - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/products_tech_note09186a00801c0765.shtml#unity_later
However, I would check with TAC on those you have created and imported. I would want to check in Unity's DB to confirm the name of the DL and ensure it is using the correct one before proceeding with a delete. Another option would be to delete the DL from Unity and reimport from Active Directory/Exchange. Here again, I would consult TAC to make sure you get the right ones.
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