Monthly Archives: December 2011
The long wait for the iOS people is over. The Lync Mobile client for iPhone and iOS can now be downloaded from iTunes.
The Lync deployment guides has been updated:
Get them here:
If you want to know what the difference between the MS Lync Mobile clients, or wants to know what your mobile support – then have a look at Microsofts Comparison table here.
It’s now a little bit over 4 years ago since Rasmus created this blog at blogspot, and soon after I joined the work on the blog, and has for the last year been the main contributor for the blog.
Since the blog was started in 2007 we have had 226.000 page views and 25.000 page views every month, which we are very happy for.
For a little over a year ago Rasmus joined the Microsoft Lync Team in Denmark and is now primarily an active blogger on his Danish UC blog, but his great work for the UC community and on this blog still stands.
The design on the blog has been updated, and is now hosted on a WordPress site, which I hope everybody likes.
I will continue to blog about Lync and Exchange when I have something nice to write about it J, and which has already been published by some, of the other great UC bloggers.
Have a nice Christmas and a happy new year.
I have been looking for a way to get Lync Presence information on a public internet site.
And I found a very promising page from a Dutch company called Orbitone.
Take a look here at their presence state:
The developer of the code has made it available here
The code also contains a function to chat in web page with the employees.
A small update for Lync Server 2010 Web Services has been released
The new build is: 7577.184
Get it here
The Lync Mobile client for Android can now be downloaded from marketplace.
The Lync Mobile client for Windows Phone 7 is now available at Microsoft marketplace for download.
Clients for iOS, Nokia and Android has been submitted on their respectively marketplace for aproval, so hopeful these users will get there client soon.
Also the push notification service is not working at the moment for WP7 – it seems like Microsoft needs to enable something on the push.lync.com domain. This means that you won’t get any IM’s when Lync Mobile is not open. Hopefully they get it fixed soon.
UPDATE: the push notification is working now.
An updated Lync Protocol poster has been made available at Microsofts download site.
It contains the new autodiscover and mobility service.
Get it here
Microsoft has released the new Lync mobile for the WP7.5 to marketplace.
The client has some prerequisites to the server environment, which includes the new mobility service and the November 2011 updates.