This document explains some of the issues when you use Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition (CUCMBE) Cisco Unity Connection extension.
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The information in this document is based on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 7.x.
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This issue occurs on a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition 6.1.2. When a user is imported using AXL on Cisco Unity Connection from a Cisco CallManager that has IPCC Express installed, their primary DN get overwritten. This happens if the synchronization of Cisco CallManager users is performed on the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business edition after you add the IPCC primary extension in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
This issue is documented in these Cisco bug IDs:
In order to resolve the issue, synchronize the user from the Unity Connection Administration page after you add the IPCC primary extension in Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
After an upgrade to Cisco Unity Connection 7.x, users are able to leave a voicemail, but it does not show as a new message in the inbox.
This issue can occur when the default account had a different SMTP domain than the users accounts. Change the SMTP domain in the Cisco Unity connection in order to match the domain name of the Cisco Unity default accounts.
This error message appears when you import the user in Cisco Unity Connection.
Failed to import users: 8603 (The phone number or extension has already been assigned to some other object)
In order to resolve the issue, issue the run cuc dbquery unitydirdb delete from tbl_DtmfAccessId WHERE DtmfAccessId = '8603' command in order to delete the DTMF from the DTMF table.
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