So, I followed all the directions for upgrading to 4.0(4) and moving to new hardware.
Well, the upgrade is finished and I DIRT Backup/Restored the info to the to be 5.x machine that is currently 4.0(4). Everyting seemed fine.
I run DBWalker and get this for every subscriber:
"1619:(error) The MailboxStoreObjectID value referenced for this subscriber is not found in the MailboxStore table in the database. This is a serious error, you should contact TAC for help."
Go into Exchange Admin and into the mailstore - there's not a single mailbox for one of our subscibers in there. Go into Active Directory User and Computers, and all the users are there, and it says they have a mailbox, but it doesn't show the server/store like it should.
So, obviously I missed something in the restore portion or somewhere.
I've tried the Cisco Solution# K48437842 - but it doesn't seem to be helping.
Anyone seen this before? The old 4.0(4) server I ran the DIRT backup on was Exchange 2000, the new 4.0(4) server has Exchange 2003. If this is the problem, I sure didn't see that in the Install and Upgrade guide anywhere..
I had a 4.0x Unity server with Exchange 2003. I installed the new Unity 5.x server and intergrated to existing Exchange 2003
I digitally network the (2) unity servers together.
Ran Global Subscriber Migration on new server. (follow the setup rules about sharing the streaming directory)
Moved everyone to the new Unity server.
Changed UTIM settings for all ports to CUCM
Re-created the Callhandlers and system settings on new Unity server.
Old server is now dismanteled.
The whole importing/exporting is a mess. I have another install coming up and going to try this process again. Seem to work well this time. All users never knew it was different. Kept their greetings, pins, etc.
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