Monthly Archives: April 2018

Set-CsHybridMediationServer failure in Skype for Business Online

In-order to escalate a PSTN call from Microsoft’s Cloud Connector Edition (CCE) to a conference in Microsoft’s Audio Conferencing for Skype for Business Online, a Hybrid Mediation Server must be created for each CCE. Configure online hybrid Mediation Server Settings When a P2P call is escalated to a PSTN conference, the Skype for Business Online… Read More »

Building your own Azure Function Twitter connector for Microsoft Flow to allow user mentions

While working on a Microsoft Flow to automate some tweeting for the O365Eh! Podcast, I ran into a known restriction when using @mention in the available Twitter connector. Mentioning a @user while posting a tweet is not supported. Specifically, the “@” characters will be stripped while posting a tweet. –https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/twitter/ I run this podcast with… Read More »

Processing Azure Voicemail Messages with Microsoft Flow

I first looked a Microsoft Flow & Azure Logic Apps about a year ago to handle Skype for Business Online’s CloudPBX/Phone System voicemail distribution: Auto forward Azure Voicemail messages. It’s critical to understand that Azure Voicemail unlike Exchange Unified Messaging, deposits messages directly into a user’s mailbox via OAuth and Exchange Web Services (EWS) vs.… Read More »