Tag Archives: Lync 2013 Client

Invoke-SFBContacts

A few months ago my SIP address was changing and was looking for a way of exporting/importing my contact list. I wanted a solution to work no matter if the Lync/Skype for Business environment was on-premises, hosted or online. This led me down the path of playing with the Lync 2013 Client SDK: https://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/download/details.aspx?id=36824. If… Read More »

Hey Juniper stop messing with my Skype for Business Desktop Share

For me 2016 will be the year Juniper (specifically SRX) attacked Skype for Business desktop sharing. I figured it was time to document at least one of my battles. Let me first start this post with the fact that I am not a networking expert, but have become an expert at finding network problems and… Read More »

Call Recording Pro Review

Call Recording Pro for Skype for Business was released from Landis Technologies this week. Call Recording Pro is an easy to implement client side call recording application that has the same look and feel as the Skype for Business client. Call Recording Pro enables on-demand or automatic call recording with upload capabilities to OneDrive and… Read More »

BOC Call Recorder Review

Today a tweet from Doug Routledge @droutledge from Bridge Communications caught my eye: BOC Call Recorder is a free client side call recording application enabling on-demand or automatic call recording for Windows (Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10) Skype for business and Lync 2013 clients, no matter where the server infrastructure is located (on-premises, hosted… Read More »

Skype for Business/Lync client: Can’t move user to the Other Contacts group

While working with a client on end user training material, it was reported that the option to move or copy a contact to the “Other Contacts” group in the Skype for Business/Lync 2013 client was unavailable. Digging deeper… I found that although the option to “Copy Contact To” was available for a contact within the… Read More »

No Free/Busy information could be retrieved when Scheduling a Meeting from the Lync Client

When using the Lync Client to “Schedule a Meeting” with an internal contact the Scheduling Assistant page doesn’t provide Free/Busy information for the invited contact, unless the invite window sits open for over 5 minutes. Reproduced this issue in: Lync Client 2010, Lync Server 2010, Exchange 2010 Lync Client 2010/2013, Lync Server 2013, Exchange 2007… Read More »