5. Problems with the Lync Outlook add-in
Some people seems to have problems with creating meeting invites from Outlook; see this post for more info on this as it comes available. http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/166/p/1851/6897.aspx#6897
Update: the fix seems to be time, so just read my blog or do some work and wait a day or so.
4. Misunderstanding’s of the Lync Web App
Nope, the Lync Web App is not a full Lync Client.
3. Mac Support in Lync online (i.e. why cant I log in with Communicator for Mac)
Sorry, not yet. (there is a lot of confusion on this even from the MSFT staff answering the forum posts)
2. Lync client can not sign in
Check DNS records, test DNS records, test to login with manually entering the server name in the Lync client: sipdir.online.lync.com:443
(Don’t forget :443 if manual)
And just wait a bit, or a day or… for the provisioning to finish
1. Lync online messes up Live messenger
Ouch people it’s a BETA!! DON’T SIGN UP WITH YOU PRODUCTION DOMAIN. A beta usually means NOT for production use so don’t start adding your real production DNS names to it.
The funny thing is that people are really mad about this and starts to write blogposts and twitter that Office 365 sux and stuff.
The short story here is that when you enable PIC in Lync online (this is one click in 365 SBS) it will provision PIC automagically and by that it will move the domain from Live Messenger and now point to Lync Online.
Bonus: Oh I almost forgot DON’T, I repeat DO NOT delete the default admin account, I mean the first account that you set everything up with. This will lock you out from sharepoint admin stuff and some powershell things, even if you created a separate “personal” admin account for yourself. So once more DO NOT DELETE THE DEAFULT ADMIN ACCOUNT.