Tag Archives: Microsoft

Covid-19 and Teams

Volunteering: Help with Microsoft Teams

During these challenging times in the spell of the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home is more relevant than ever. It’s nice to see my kids are using Microsoft Teams to communicate with their teacher and classmates, as also see local communities shifting from traditional get-together to digital video meetings- and online collaboration. Because that’s in

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Louis UC blog – Chapter up!

While my blog was focusing on the more technical topics, now with Microsoft Teams and cloud computing my focus is also shifting to more functional topics as well. While I’m not a fan of just relaying newly enabled features, I’m still working on what the future content of my blog will be. But as a

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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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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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Issue: One way audio after “call on hold”

Recently, we’ve discovered an issue with “call on hold” functionality in combination with a Cisco CUBE as cpe for Direct SIP-Trunking with Lync 2013. In this situation, we enabled Music on Hold (which is disabled by default), while also respecting all settings and configuration provided by the ITSP for the SIP Trunk. The situation is

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