Hi, I have a 4.2(1) install on Exchange 2000. I find that the Unity server is not delivering messages to the partner exchange server. I get an error in the event log telling me that the message has been moved to the failed folder and that it could not be delivered.
I had this happen once. Check the make sure that all the Unity_servername accounts are still in AD. If these accounts were removed, then all heck breaks loose. Unity will run, but the messages will stay in the failed folder.
For whatever reason, these accounts appear as "enabled" when you look in AD. But in LDAP, the properties of these accounts are triggered at "disabled" Our accounting cleaning system deleted these accounts when they should have stayed. Unity ran for a bit, but then failed.
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