Monthly Archives: July 2009
Microsoft has updated the Windows based Communicator Mobile software to support the Next version of Windows Mobile and a couple of other fixes:
Homescreen support for new homescreens in Windows Mobile 6.5+ phones.
Integration within the phone dialer for Windows Mobile 6.5+ phones.
Communicator Mobile 2007 R2 now recognizes when the phone is roaming, and by default does not sign in to roaming networks.
Additional support for joining conference calls from a Windows Mobile appointment. To do this, press Menu, and then press Join Conference.
Enables users to log on with a username of the format email@example.com, in addition to domainuser.
When placing Call via Work calls, callbacks are now automatically accepted.
Microsoft Installer (MSI) installation on Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) fails. In this situation, users should install Communicator Mobile 2007 R2 by using a .Cab installation.
AT&T FUZE devices set for High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) connection cannot handle voice and data at the same time. This causes Call via Work calls to fail unless the device is reverted to 3rd Generation (3G) by disabling HSDPA.
Get the updated software here:
From the OCS Team blog:
Federation is an important goal for the Office Communications Server team and we are excited to announce several changes to public IM federation between Office Communications Server and public IM networks, effective July 1, 2009:
· The Live Communications Sever Public IM Connectivity (LCS PIC) license will be renamed Office Communications Server Public IM Connectivity (OCS PIC) license.
· Customers with Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Standard CAL or Office Communications Server 2007/Live Communications Server 2005 SP1 Standard CAL with Software Assurance will no longer require an additional license to federate with Windows Live. (A license will still be required for federation with AOL & Yahoo!.)
· With Windows Live federation, customers are able to add Windows Live contacts to their Office Communicator contact list, view presence and send and receive instant messages.
We will continue to work with our partners to enable more options that allow you to communicate seamlessly with customers, partners, friends and family on different networks. For more information on public IM connectivity with Office Communications Server, please go to http://www.microsoft.com/communicationsserver/en/us/public-im-connectivity.aspx
Microsoft Office Communicator for Java Frequently Asked Questions:
Microsoft Office Communicator Mobile for Java Getting Started Guide:
Quick Reference Card for Communicator Mobile for Java:
Document provides insights into performance testing and analysis conducted for the Forefront security for Office Communication Server. The document also provides the user with the information needed to petform capacity planning for the deployment and installation of Forefront Security for Office Communication Server.
This document describes the requirements and processes for activating and provisioning public instant messaging (IM) connectivity for Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 R2, Office Communications Server 2007, and Live Communications Server 2005.