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- Known issues that occur with public instant messaging and Lync
- Share your desktop - Communicator - Office Support
- Microsoft forums - Office Communicator
Known issues that occur with public instant messaging and Lync
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First, find free emoticons you want to use. There are tons of sites that you can search in, and cool- is definitely a great resource. Save the images you like in a folder, and from MSN (or Live Messenger) go to ‘tools’, ‘emoticons’ and ‘create’. Add the emoticons and you’re done. You can use your new images in any chat.
Microsoft forums - Office Communicator
MSN, a Microsoft enterprise, is most commonly known as a portal site offering free e-mail accounts, a search engine, news and entertainment. MSN is accessible from any Internet browser and also offers its own Web browsing software.
Found out the hard way that it's better to start with the telephony solution and look for the feature set you want from the same organization. (avaya, cisco, etc) Microsoft seems set to make things difficult to configure with regard to Lync/Communicator. I actually had a graphic that I downloaded from MS website on how to get everything working together as they promote like it's simple. The graphic has over 655 connection points and required 6 different servers (plus lync server) Trying to piece a solution together from different vendors never seems to work out the way they would like to promote.
Microsoft Office Communicator 7557 is a unified communications client that helps people be more productive by enabling them to communicate easily with others using a range of communication options, including instant messaging (IM), voice, and video. Microsoft Office Communicator 7557 introduces a wide range of new features, most notably enhanced presence and enterprise voice capabilities, enabling users to place computer-to-computer calls and to place outbound calls to, and accept incoming calls from, traditional (PBX/PSTN) phone users.
The actual available bandwidth may be less than the local connection speed reported by using Windows Sockets. Several factors can cause this discrepancy, including a low-speed connection in the path or bandwidth consumed by other applications.
At this time, Communicator for Mac 7566 is not compatible with Office Communications Online or Lync Online, but the product team is working on an update that will become available in a future release to allow Communicator for Mac to work with Lync Online.
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It is telling me that it is an older version. Also when I go to uninstall it. it never completes the de-installation. Please help!
Thank you! Jim
As you can see above, Microsoft is adopting the Skype icons for calling, adding video, and ending a call. Even Skype’s call monitor, a small active call window visible even when a user moves focus to another application, is included.