Lync Server

Lync Server

Send offline IM

Would be nice if you can send an Offline IM. So if the user who should receive an instant message is offline he will get the message the next time he logs on. Maybe the Lync Server can cache IMs for a specific time.

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39 votes

Lync Server

Send offline IM

Would be nice if you can send an Offline IM. So if the user who should receive an instant message is offline he will get the message the next time he logs on. Maybe the Lync Server can cache IMs for a specific time.

Voting

39 votes
(@greiginsydney)

Lync Server

Have Control Panel show the equivalent PowerShell commandlet

In Exchange 2010, when you perform actions from the Exchange Control Panel that involve a "wizard" process (e.g. enable a user for UM), the final screen shows the PowerShell commandlet that was executed and offers the ability to copy it to the clipboard.

 

It would be beneficial if the Lync Control Panel would also behave in a similar fashion.

Voting

37 votes
(@greiginsydney)

Lync Server

Have Control Panel show the equivalent PowerShell commandlet

In Exchange 2010, when you perform actions from the Exchange Control Panel that involve a "wizard" process (e.g. enable a user for UM), the final screen shows the PowerShell commandlet that was executed and offers the ability to copy it to the clipboard.

 

It would be beneficial if the Lync Control Panel would also behave in a similar fashion.

Voting

37 votes

Lync Server

Lync Phone Edition EWS Integration

For organizations that require password changes (which almost all do), when I change my Active Directory account password it does not update the password on Lync Phone Edition. Generally this isn't an issue as the phone keeps working, BUT, Exchange intregration on the phone becomes unavailable because my password is wrong. I cannot view Call Logs, Voicemails, or Calendar on the phone. It requires me (and our users) ...more »

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30 votes

Lync Server

Lync Phone Edition EWS Integration

For organizations that require password changes (which almost all do), when I change my Active Directory account password it does not update the password on Lync Phone Edition. Generally this isn't an issue as the phone keeps working, BUT, Exchange intregration on the phone becomes unavailable because my password is wrong. I cannot view Call Logs, Voicemails, or Calendar on the phone. It requires me (and our users) ...more »

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30 votes