Microsoft has in a new blog post announced that Enterprise Voice will come in a technical preview in the US this summer, and rollout later this year, follow by a global rollout.
The connection is made though partners and the new Azure ExpressRoute to Office 365.
This is going to be exciding to follow, and see if they can overcome latency, jitter, packetloss and all the other fun stuff we can have in the onpremises installation.
In my series of using Lync and Exchange better together, I’m showing how to integrate these two great products with each other.
Use Voicemail in Office 365
In part 2 we were setting up Lync to use voicemail in Exchange 2013 and that works great, but when I wrote that post, I realized that not all companies have an on premises Exchange but instead are using Exchange in Office 365.
So in this post we will have a look on how to integrate an onpremises Lync Server 2013 with Exchange Online, and place the voicemail in there. →']);" class="more-link">Continue reading
Do you ever make drawings in Visio, then you can’t live without the new stencils for Lync Server 2013, Exchange Server 2013 and Sharepoint 2013.
Go get the updated stencils which contains over 300 new ones here
If you have problems signing in to ADFS 2.0 who can be used with Office 365 and the on premise federation service, then check the time on the proxy servers. It shall have the same time as the internal federation servers.
You can use the below commands on the proxy servers to configure the time service, so that it get the time from the domains PDC emulator. (remember to open for NTP udp/123 on the firewall).
net stop w32time
w32tm /config /syncfromflags:manual /manualpeerlist:IP-FOR-THE-PDC-EMULATOR
net start w32time
w32tm /config /update