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One of the managers at work asked me whether it was possible to change the status of one of his staff. He said it would be useful if one of his staff called in sick. I agree. I suggested that he use exchange powershell to set out of office so it could be seen in lync. But I do like his idea. It could also be used by personal assistants to change the status of their boss.
There are several high profile missing features in Lync. Many are ideas submitted in this very forum. There is very little evidence that Microsoft is paying any attention to this site, but we plug away nonetheless. My idea is for Microsoft to actually do something about the missing features. From my perspective, these missing features are the customers' biggest complaints. Hold Music - why can't we just have server ...more »
Lync phone edition has an option to Consult then transfer to. The Attendant has a button for this as well, as well as the ability to hit CTRL+L to achieve the same thing. Microsoft decided to leave this button out of the Lync PC client. It was in the OCS client but not in Lync. I know callers can merge calls using "Current conversation", but a Consult then transfer to button would be so much easier.