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Old 01-28-2014, 11:49 PM
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Default AES - LYNC 2013 integration, conference feature

Hello,

We have implemented AES - LYNC 2013 integration and we have one inconvenience left -we are using conference feature (with conf button on the physical phone) quite often, but Lync client doesn't understand that the additional party was added to the call and after the conference call is ended, Lync client still shows that the call is still active.
Do I understand correctly that Lync Server 2010 and 2013 with remote call control is not supporting this conference feature and nothing can be done to fix it?


In the document "Avaya Aura ® Application Enablement Services Implementation Guide for Microsoft® Office Live Communications Server 2005, Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, and Microsoft Lync® Server 2010 and 2013" it is written only about MOC:

With Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 the following features are no longer exposed to AE Services through the Remote Call Control (RCC) integration. As a result, they are not available in the AE Services Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 integration.
Call Conferencing



Do Not Disturb (also referred to as Send All Calls or SAC)

In MS TechNet Lync 2013 Remote Call Control description there is no info on the conference feature.

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Rimvydas

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