Lync Server

Enable Phones for use in Response Groups

The only supported clients for response groups are: Lync 2013

Lync 2010

Lync 2010 Attendant

Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Attendant Lync Phone Edition


We would like to use phones such as a Wifi phone or a CX600 phone, or possible a mobile phone with the Lync client. All of these are not supported scenarios.


15 votes

Lync Server

Lync 2013 Client - client certificate login

For organizations like ours that have Smart Card login enforced (no user/password), we are unable to use iOS, Windows Phone and other clients except Lync "desktop" Client from domain joined computer (user is logged on to computer with SmartCard therefore it has kerberos ticket issued). If Lync non-desktop client could support client certificates, we could easily export client cert from smart card and import it to iOS, ...more »


11 votes

Lync Client

Seamless transion of voice/video calls between devices

One Lync Subscriber may have multiple devices. A feature is required that enables established calls to be "moved" from one device to another while in mid-call. This would enable users to take a call on their mobile device (VoIP or Cellular), walk into their office and continue the call on their PC Client. Of course the reverse should be possible as well. with the call moving to the moble device over VoIP or Cellular. ...more »


7 votes

Lync Mobile

Least Cost Routing For Lync for Mobile

In a new world of having to find all ways to save our customers money, Lync has been a platform that's allowed us to demonstrate rather quick ROI and overall Unified Communications TCO reductions. But recently we've noticed a negative trend to this with the Lync for Mobile 2013 client. Unfortunately we don't live in a world where everyone has unlimited data plans on their smartphones domestically, but even worse ...more »


5 votes