from No Jitter Weblog
I recently gave a presentation to a user group about unified communications, and I was asked the following intriguing
question: How do we get our workers to use the UC functions and capabilities they have available to them? Here are some tips for getting users on board.
How to set up a CWA 2007 server in a OCS 2007 R2 topology to support UC AJAX applications? Or How to enable your Blackberry Devices to use Communicator in OCS 2007 R2 Environment?
from Jithendranath Reddy by Jithendranath Reddy
Couple of times Customers want to use Communicator on their Blackberry Devices in OCS 2007 R2 environment. This following solution is written by one of my co-worker. Just want to share this to wider Audience.
NOTE: Currently we cannot use OCS 2007 R2 Communicator Web Access to make it work. We need OCS 2007 R1 CWA.
from Unified Communications by Joachim Farla [MVP] by email@example.com (Joachim Farla)
Today, we are the lucky owners of a fully functional Microsoft Office Communications Server R2 environment connected to Interoute One Services (SIP Trunking Provider).
Interoute is one of our partners in SIP services and a Microsoft Gold Partner. A couple of year’s ago e-office connected LCS2005 to the VoIP cloud of Interoute. However, our current infrastructure only supports Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2, so we needed to make sure that Interouteâ€™s service will also work correctly with the OCS R2 Mediation Server.
from Johann’s Unified Communications by jkruse
The Microsoft Unified Communications â€śHow-Toâ€ť training tool is a Silverlight 2 application that provides step-by-step instructions for common UC tasks. You can customize the How-To application to your companyâ€™s needs based on the UC features youâ€™ve installed. For example, if you have installed all UC features except Communicator Mobile and Communicator Group Chat, you can modify the XML file so that those features and topics do not appear in the interface.
from The Three UC Amigos by markga
We have a green light to talk about some of the upcoming Exchange 2010 features in more depth now.Â Greg did an OWA post and this one is about UM.Â Â Has the UM architecture changed? No, it is the same. As you see above, the architecture for…(read more)
from Geoff Clark’s Blog by gclark
I have run into a couple issues with customers that are unable to or unwilling to create DNS Zone of Public namespace internally into their AD environment.
In order to get Automatic configuration to work we need to create a SRV Records or a fall back A Record.Â DNS Records that Office Communicator look at for Automatic Configuration are as follows.
from msgoodies by Dennis Lundtoft Thomsen [MVP]
If you want to play with Exchange 2010 UM, then here are two links on two different blogs that will help you –
from msgoodies by Lars Gramkow Nielsen
During a recent customer deployment of OCS 2007 R2, we came across a small issue that might be relevant for some of you.
We were using the OCS 2007 R2 Edge Server setup wizard to request certificates for the external interfaces. This particular customer uses GoDaddy for their certificates. We created an offline request and pasted the CSR into GoDaddy’s request interface – and were promptly told that the CSR was not valid.