It is recommended to change to a strong password for all accounts
created by Cisco Unity.
The accounts that are created automatically when Cisco Unity is
integrated with Microsoft Exchange are: (replacing <servername> with that
of the particular Unity server, and <systemid> with that of your
particular system id)
Note: Please note that the account ESubscriber is only created during
installation of versions PRIOR to version 4.0(3). If your initial installation
of Unity was 4.0(3) or later, Esubscriber will not be present.
for additional information on how to change account passwords.
For guidance on strong passwords, please refer to your security policy.
The CERT Coordination Center also has suggestions on strong password
Optionally, a customer may disable (but not delete), these specific
accounts for extra security. Beginning with version 4.0(5) of Cisco Unity,
these specific accounts will be created in a disabled state. For additional
instructions on how to disable these accounts, please see
With the exception of Esubscriber, it is important to NOT delete any of
the accounts listed above. Deletion of EAdmin<systemid>,
Unity_<servername>, UAMIS_<servername>, UOMIN_<server>, or
UPVIM_<servername> will have an adverse affect on Cisco Unity
No interruption of service, nor restart of Cisco Unity is required to
apply this workarouund.