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  • Blog Post: OCS goes gold!

    This is huge - in case you haven't heard the news yet - Office Communications Server 2007 has been Released To Manufacturing (RTM)!!!! I have been using Communicator 2007 as my primary phone for several months now, along with Exchange 2007 for voicemail, and I'm personally excited that the product is...
  • Blog Post: Custom presence states in Communicator 2007

    Office Communicator 2007 has rich presence states such as Available, Busy, In A Meeting - but it is very easy to enhance this further by creating your own custom presence states. It's as easy as creating an XML file and importing it into Communicator. Example of some new presence states shown here.....
  • Blog Post: TechNet Vodcast: Communicator softphone/IP phone/mobile phone

    Last week I filmed a Vodcast for the TechNet Australia blog demo-ing Office Communicator 2007 in its three variants: Communicator 2007 (softphone), Communicator 2007 Phone Edition (hard phone) and Communicator Mobile (mobile client). Click below to view the video at Soapbox . Thanks to Deeps...
  • Blog Post: Office Communicator Mobile 2007 for WM5/6 - now available!

    Microsoft Office Communicator Mobile is a Unified Communications client for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007. Communicator Mobile runs on Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 or 6.0 software for Pocket PC and smartphone devices. Here are some screenshots from my phone. A presence indicator is installed...
  • Blog Post: Communicator inside Outlook

    Outlook automatically includes presence indicators for all email recipients/senders/etc. But if you spend most of your day inside Outlook, this utility allows you to access the rest of your Communicator functionality without switching applications. Available at http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Communicator4Outlook...
  • Blog Post: Download the RTM trial version of OCS

    A 180-day evaluation version of Office Communications Server is now available for download. So download now and it fire it up in your lab! Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Trial Download Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007, formerly called Live Communications Server, delivers streamlined...
  • Blog Post: New Blogs for Office Communications Server and Office Communicator

    We have created two new Blogs for Office Communications Server and Office Communicator . These Blogs are by the respective teams within the Unified Communications Group. Please add them to your RSS or favorites. The URL's are http://www.communicationsserverteam.com and http://www.communicatorteam.com...
  • Blog Post: Messenger for Mac 7 - available now

    We have just launched Messenger for Mac 7, which allows Mac users to connect to Office Communications Server 2007 (or Live Messenger). Built for corporate Mac users on Office Communications Server 2007, Messenger for Mac 7 gives co-workers new ways to communicate easily with each other in different locations...
  • Blog Post: Differentiating between Stages of Enhanced Presence

    Over at the the Office Communicator Team Blog there is a great article that explains the different stages of Enhanced Presence. This is very useful information - many customers I have worked with have questions about determining what the client migration steps are, and at what point users can not...
  • Blog Post: BlackBerry Client for OCS 2007

    Research In Motion (RIM) have had a BlackBerry LCS client for some time, but in case you hadn't heard they have now released a client for OCS 2007. BlackBerry® Client for use with Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 allows you to engage in immediate interactive communication while...
  • Blog Post: OCS documentation and deployment guides

    Use this page to find documentation and other content to help you deploy and operate Office Communications Server 2007 Standard/Enterprise, Microsoft Office Communicator 2007, Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 and Microsoft Office Communicator Web Access (2007 release). This page also has great documentation...