This feature is nothing less than a default configuration that exists on the voicemailuser template for the caller input therefore when you add a user and use that template it is automatically added, this is basically a way of leaving a 'back door' to log in, i believe Unity (windows based) had it also.
David thank you for your reply but I was specifically speaking to the feature that Unity Connection prompts me to leave a message for the user after I have opted out of their mailbox and signed in to mine.
This is part of the Take Message conversation that was triggered via the Forward Routing Rules for the call scenario you outlined above. In other words, CXN is under the impression you're trying to leave a message and logging into your mailbox is just you wanting the message to be from you* vs. an unidentified caller. If you don't want the option you should dial voicemail directly or press the Messages button on your phone.
* If the caller ID matches the primary or alternate extension of your mailbox, this would have happened automatically. Perhaps you're calling from someone elses phone or an offnet number though.
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