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Wondering wether or not i could expect that Communicator Mobile would update the presence status when making af call for the mobile phone, i did som investigation. Heres what i found:

The current release of Windows Mobile and Office Communicator 2007 Mobile (MoCo), does not allow the update af presence status. Actually there are no integration at all, other than the ability til make a call or send an email from the
MoCo client.

This might be a combination af lack of functionality in the WM OS and the MoCo client, but the future look bright with the coming realeses of both.

I found some information about Windows Mobile 6 R2:

Watch the CE 6.0 R2 Virtual Launch webcast now and see Kevin Dallas, General Manager for Windows Embedded, unveil CE 6.0 R2 at Embedded Technology 2007 in Yokohama, Japan. Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2 adds even more exciting technologies to the CE 6.0 operating system – technologies that embedded developers can use to boost their creative capabilities and easily establish connections to Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and other devices.

ABOUT WINDOWS EMBEDDED CE 6.0 R2

Build cutting edge connected devices with CE 6.0 R2. The new and updated technologies in R2 enable you to bring innovative devices to market faster while offering your customers unparalleled connected experiences.Get an in-depth look at what’s new in Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2, including:

CONNECTIVITY CAPABILITIES
Quickly develop small footprint device scenarios and connect to Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
Build richer end user experiences and develop new capabilities into your product with WSD technologies
Create exciting device scenarios such as VOIP video and 3-way audio with new VOIP technologies
And more…

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