Category Archives: Lync 2013

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New Features Skype for Business visualised

Recently Microsoft has anounced that Skype for Business will be released in April 2015. While that’s just one month away, no “official” statement on exact improvements both client-side and server-side has been released. However, lots of bloggers have released their versions of the new & improved features. I’ve taken notice of these blogs and wanted…

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Schedule Changes to Response Group settings

Ever have the need to forward calls to a destination on a schedule? Well, it’s a situation I came across several times now. There are several ways to solve this matter with Microsoft Lync 2013. In this post, I’ll describe one. One office number needs to be redirected to a person, including it’s mobile phone…

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Federation stops working after enabling a HostingProvider with “EnabledSharedAddressSpace” turned on

This could be, for example, Lync- or Exchange OnlineĀ / Office365. Recently, federation broke when implementing “voicemail in the cloud” with Microsoft’s Exchange Online. Microsoft Exchange was configured in Hybrid mode, all successful and operational – users could be moved back and forth and use either Exchange on-premise or Exchange online. Unified Messaging was already enabled…

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Show correct Caller ID on blind call transfers to external

As mentioned in one of my previous blog posts, one of the advantages on using an SBC is to be able to connect any “Direct SIP Trunk” to Lync; Microsoft certified or uncertified – as long as its compatible with the SBC’s settings. This time, I had to connect an uncertified SIP Trunk to Lync.…

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