One of our customer is having problem when listening to voice messages from Unity 4.2. As soon as she logs into her mailbox, she gets the messages: "Your messages are not available now. To send a message 2, you have no old messages..." Is there any way to eliminate "Your messages are not available now".
You may want to determine if this is happening with just her account. I would check the event logs on Unity to see if connectivity to the mail store hasn't gone down for everyone. Once you determine the scope of things, we can troubleshoot from that point on.
Is the mail store Exchange or Domino? Is this Unified or Voice Mail Only? If its Exchange, I've seen situations where cached mailbox pointers become corrupted or stale and can be fixed by logging into the user's mailbox using Outlook Web Access.
In a Unified scenario, the user would need to provide you with their password, or have them login to OWA from their machine. If it's Voice Mail Only, then you can simply change the password in AD for this user since they're unaware of this account to begin with - and just login yourself and have them re-test access.
In fact the customer has got Exchange. As you mentioned previously, the link from the Unity to Exchange might have been broken and indeed the link to the Exchange was broken. I re-started the Unity services but the problem was same. I restarted the Unity server and the problem was solved.
By the way the customer gave me the wrong information. All the extensions were affected and not only one.
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