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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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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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ExchUcUtil.ps1 fails to run when using underscores in servernames

One most common task of a Lync deployment is to connect Exchange UM to Microsoft Lync for voicemail purposes. Recently, I came across a major flaw in this procedure. To be compliant with the customers’ server naming convention, underscores were used in both server- and pool names. While it is not recommended using underscores in Lync…

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