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Cloud Connector Architecture

Skype for Business Cloud Connector Edition available

While Office 365 Cloud PBX has gone GA last December, we haven’t seen much of it “in the wild” in Europe yet. We have spoken a lot on it, and are enabling customers in Hybrid mode (having both users online and on premises) with their existing Skype for Business platforms, but an all-in Cloud PBX…

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Microsoft Office365 Cloud PBX Released

Today, Microsoft announces its new telephony service features combined in a new license – E5! These include Broadcast Meetings, PSTN Conferencing and Cloud PBX. Previously you were already able to create a “hybrid” scenario with Microsoft Lync 2013 or Skype for Business Server, leveraging features as “split domain” where some users could be homed in the…

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Configure Office 365 Hosted Voicemail with Skype for Business Server 2015

With Telephony / Enterprise Voice enabled in a Skype for Business of Lync on-premises environment, one of the requested features could be Voicemail. In full on-premises deployments this will require Unified Messaging to be installed, configured and enabled in the Exchange Server topology. However, when your environment or customer makes use of Office 365 for…

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Skype for Business Broadcast Meetings and Voice in Office 365

On the Microsoft Ignite conference we’d already gained some information on this, but now it has been officially announced: Skype for Business Broadcast meetings! Imagine situations where you want to broadcast a meeting to a larger audience than the (usually) default maximum 250 participants in a meeting on Skype for Business. Soon, you’ll be able…

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

This could be, for example, Lync- or Exchange Online / 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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