Please enable the ability to remove the mobile location status from the iOS app. I would only like to show that I am available and not how I'm connected.
All of our customers ask me if their Lync Mobile client could be used as a VoIP phone via company WiFi.
I think this could be a great feature to implement.
May be useful if the Lync Mobile client could set the user's status "In a call" during a traditional call on the smartphone.
It would be nice if there were some simple mobile device emulators that could be used for testing during deployment.
It is currently not possible to start a multiparty chat conversation from the Lync mobile clients.
Nor voice multiparty, nor video multiparty is possible.
I suggest it should be possible to make Lync Mobile a more "complete" client.
There should be an option on the mobile Lync client to disable response group ringing. Most times, I don't want to get response group calls on the mobile client.
In old edition of mobile communicator client when you open a contact on your windows phone your had the option to call via work. It would great if that feature was added to windows phones running the Lync client.
You still can't completely run a Lync meeting using an iPad (or iPhone or Android device) if anonymous guest users are involved. There is no way to admit them from the lobby.
Call from Lync Mobile to federated contact/user and share content without creating conference
But recently we've noticed a negative trend to this with the Lync for Mobile 2013 client.
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I require the ability to manage desktop phone "call forwarding" state from Lync Mobile app.
So I can enable call forwarding on PBX, when I'm already away.
I'd love to be able to schedule Lync meetings directly from my mobile devices. Neither my RT or my Windows Mobile are suitable for full mobility as I have to either use the Desktop client or access OWA (on a small factor screen - not ideal)
This is an issue for Lync 2010. We can't use 2013, as our company hasn't upgraded the servers yet (and isn't... more »
It would be great if you could configure mobile clients so that they don't receive response group calls or can only receive calls from contacts/defined list. It would also be nice if this could be set differently in and out of business hours.
For example - you might not want to receive support desk calls after hours, but may want to allow colleges to contact you directly.