The short version of my question is: How does one manually delete Unity attributes a user from an Exchange 5.5 directory so that that user may be seen and imported by Unity?
I have checked Attributes 11-15 as well as all the voicemail attributes in Exchange Administrator raw mode; all are blank. Should I be checking something else, or should one of those properties be non-empty in order for the import to proceed?
The long story is: Due to some unknown problem, a Unity subscriber could neither be given call handlers nor deleted via the Unity admin interface. Therefore, we deleted him by wiping out his MailUsers record with DohPropTest. After that, we could see him in the Exchange 5.5 directory, but not in Unity. Oddly, though, we cannot import him from Exchange.
What needs to be done to his record in order to make him importable?
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