Campaign: Lync Client

Option change request

At the moment, you have to option to automatically start Lync when I log into Windows, which also includes to automatically log me into Lync as well. I suggest that these 2 options be separated, so I can choose to auto run Lync when I log into Windows, without auto sign-in to Lync. Thanks.

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how to show as inline/embed image using lync 2013 api

Using lync 2013 api,I am trying to send image using the below code. actually image is transferring to participant,but it is not showing as inline/embed image instead storing in to temporary location "C:\Users\testlync\Documents\My Received Files". Is there any way to display as inline/embed image in the conversation windows itself. sample code : AutomationModalities _ChosenMode = AutomationModalities.FileTransfer ...more »

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Turn off emoticons using lync 2013 api ?

I am developing bot using Lync 2013,so whenever user enter any character like :), :( , :D it becomes emoticons. Lync 2013 keeps them automatically turning characters I type into little face, cups of coffee, and other stupid icons so I want to control the turn off emoticons through code using lync 2013 api.

 

is there any way to control using lync api ?

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In-your-face Pop-up Alert

Add the Alert Option to "Minimize new messages I receive". Default this to be check marked. When not check marked, a window will pop-up with a new message received.

 

This is useful when someone sends you a message while you're away from your computer, because it's not obvious otherwise.

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Campaign: Lync Client

Options to Mute

There are a lot of times, participants login to conference cal,l but do not mute or forget to mute their phone. This leads to unnecessary voice distortion.

 

Please empower "Meeting Anchor" with ability to view which user has mute / un-mute their phone. Also he should be able to "mute" a participants line as required.

 

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Define custom image / photo for contact

Currently Lync/O365 allows a user to choose their photo and everyone sees that image. Some users don't have photos, some have obscure photos or random images. Given the status bar showing who's in a conversation shows only people's images (when in its minimal form / saving screen real estate) it's hard to tell who's in the conversation. Being allowed to define an image for your contacts which overrides their image should ...more »

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Prevent Lync Window Auto-Resizing

When having a group conversation, if a new participant joins or you change the participant view, the window resizes. The same sometimes happens if pasting an image into chat. Presumably this is to accommodate the extra content's size; however it's annoying as generally you place a window where you want it / don't expect it to change. Having this auto-resize as a user preference rather than mandatory feature would allow ...more »

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skype for business / Lync Ews local PreferLocal autoconfig

Exchange team saw the need to cater for incorporating local autoconfiguration file. In outlook, There is a registry key used to tell outlook to use local autodiscovery XML file. This is particularly useful in migration scenarios. However Lync & SfB can only use DNS autodiscovery. It's worse with SfB, EWS cannot be turned off. I would like to see this feature as it solves migration issues, without giving users authentication ...more »

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Ability to select who you can hear during a Conference Call

When in a Skype conference call and a colleague who sits next to, or close to me is talking, I can hear them twice like an echo. I can hear them speaking in the room but also delayed on my headset, due to latency issues, a second or so later. It is extremely off-putting and difficult to hear what they are saying. Often the only solution is for us to move desks so we are further away and can't hear each other, or to book ...more »

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