So i don’t have to write that much more then, for a fair and really good comparison about the pros and real cons that i also felt with my iPhone, head over to jschurman’s blog and the post Mobile Unified Communications – Why I switched from an iPhone to Windows Phone
Information from modalitys blog
iDialog is an OCS 2007 and OCS 2007 R2 compatible client for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch.
At Modality, we’re big users of OCS, but we also use iPhones. Initially, we just wanted to build this for ourselves, so we could have the best of both worlds. It became clear that the applicability was much broader given the success of the iPhone as a business tool.
|Search the GAL||Participate in IM conversations||Forward incoming OCS Voice Calls|
iDialog supports the following features:
- Display OCS contact list and presence information
- Set presence information, including custom note and location data
- Search corporate Global Address List (GAL)
- Send and receive Instant Messages (IM)
- Add multiple participants to an IM conversation
- Manage and participate in multiple IM conversations simultaneously
- Control incoming OCS Voice calls (forward/redirect an incoming OCS call to another device, such as an iPhone, voice mailbox, or another phone number)
- Call a phone number listed on a contact card (This feature is not available on iPod Touch devices)
Send an email to an address listed on a contact card
It’s available as of today in the iTunes App Store in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and NZ. We’ll be announcing our plans for localised versions soon.
For more information:
Iwe talked to John at Modality and he said that he now have made the app available to the Scandinavian countries to. To a very affordable price
So iwe switched from winmo to an iPhone and i really like it allot as a device for my private life, all the apps rocks and its fast and responsive, (so was my x1 with no apps running) anyways i miss COMO allot.
So after an hour or so on Google i found out that i had 2 possibilities, and out of those 2 non will probably work for me since the iphone sux at push notifications. Webmessenger apparently requires a server in-between its client and the OCS and don’t even goes trough the edge server if i get it right so this makes the only thing i could try to just browse to the Communicator Web Access in safari.
First you have to disable the pop up blocker.
Then just open safari and enter the url to your CWA.
Well this looked good, usually you type in your sip address in the first window but here you should typ in domain\user & password. Then just log in….
Trying to open a new window from here did not work for me so i can not start a chat with anyone.
However dropdowns work so i can change my Call forwarding settings, set a note and change presence.
Expanding distribution groups does also work fine.
Search for a contact works…
but the add button is missing so it kinds of stops after searching.
Conclusion its useless as of now. But i hope someone comes up with something that works cause I’m really missing it and i cant have 2 phones in my pocket…