Campaign: Lync Server

Centralized Call Recording

Today there is no decent way of doing call recording on a multi-site Lync implimentation. You need to have appliances at each location to capture the packets. It would be helpful if there was a centralized method of getting all peer-to-peer and PSTN type traffic

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Campaign: Lync Server

Reverse-lookup dialin conference participants against AD or ABS.

If I join a dial-up conference using my mobile phone and I do not authenticate, Lync shows my phone number in the participant list. I suggest Lync should perform a reverse-number lookup against the Address Book (or the corporate AD) and show my name instead of my phone number. This would serve two purposes - it would obviously help identify me to the others on the call, and it maintains the privacy/secrecy of my phone ...more »

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Campaign: Lync Server

Ability to move dial-in access numbers to another pool

Right now, you cannot change which pool a dial-in access number is assigned to. That association can only be set when the number is added. During migrations, you often need to move numbers to a new pool from a legacy pool. This entails deleting the number, then adding it back in, changing only the assign pool. It would be nice if you could edit it in CP and set a new pool association.

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Campaign: Lync Server

Access to dial-in conferencing numbers

I wish there was a msRTCSIP-GroupingID function for the dial-in conferencing numbers. Same way as it is possible to group users together in the address book with grouping id, it should be possible to block/allow access to dial-in conferencing numbers. This relates to the Lync On-Premise version. In one environment I work with there is 35 dial-in conferencing numbers, in different countries. It is fine that they are all ...more »

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Campaign: Lync Server

Cleanup formatting of the dial-in page

The dial-in page formatting is really generic, and poorly formatted. Sure, you can customize it, such that listed at http://exchangepro.dk/2013/08/28/how-to-customize-lync-dialin-page/#!, but the fact is the page still has very little style.

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