Microsoft Lystavlen - the Online display board

Lystavlen is the danish word for 'the display board'. This blog is all about sharing the beauty of Microsoft Online Services

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  • Blog Post: Silence in your Lync Online Conference?

    If you are using an Audio Conference Provider (ACP) - and you experienced the following: after you dial in to a Microsoft Lync Online conference by using your ACP access number, you cannot hear other users who are connected to the Lync Online conference through their computers, and vice versa - one thing...
  • Blog Post: Lync-to-Phone

    The Cumulative Update for Lync Server 2010 – June 2012 will include Microsoft Office 365 Lync-to-phone ( Lync Online Plan 3 ). Office 365 Lync-to-phone is a pure-cloud calling service for those who need to work from anywhere. With Lync-to-phone, users can make and receive phone calls to any...
  • Blog Post: Lync Online interoperability with Exchange Server

    Lync Online supports presence interoperability with an on-premises deployment of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010. The Lync Online service provides presence updates based on calendar information and Out of Office details that appear in Lync 2010 (see Lync Online Service Description...
  • Blog Post: Free tool for your Lync client - the Conversation Translator

    The Conversation Translator provides a real-time language translation service for Lync instant messaging (IM) conversations. With Conversation Translator , both the sender and receiver can converse in their native language, and Conversation Translator handles the translation. Powered by the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Troubleshooting content in Lync Online meetings

    If you organize an online meeting and you find yourself not being able to upload content and receive an error message, then... Verify that the file size of the content that you want to upload is not too large. PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft Word documents, multimedia, or snapshot slides are...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 - comparing P, M and E plans

    The new Office 365 Service Descriptions can be easily accessed in your favorite browser; just type office365sd.com in the address box, and you'll get a full list of service descriptions . Each service description will give you tables comparing features across plans, making it easier to pick...
  • Blog Post: Record your Lync Online meetings

    Thanks to the recent update of Lync Server 2010, Microsoft Lync Online users can now record meetings, conferencing sessions, and calls. To take advantage of this new feature, your Lync Online administrator must enable recording for your organization. The cumulative update for Microsoft Lync Server...
  • Blog Post: Understanding E4 in Office 365 - subscribing to Enterprise Voice

    Microsoft Lync Server 2010 offers a number of flexible deployment options. Amongst other things it can be deployed on premises and hosted directly by Microsoft: On premises : To deploy Lync on premises, users need a license for each Lync Server 2010 instances and Client Access Licenses (CALs)....
  • Blog Post: How to Enable Recording in Lync Online

    By default, the following features are available to all your Lync Online users: Sending files to another contact during a Lync instant messaging session Audio and video conferencing Recording of calls and meetings These features are not enabled by default. So how do you enable e.g....
  • Blog Post: Lync Online and Office 365 Feature Comparison

    Lync Online is available in three stand-alone plans (Plan 1, Plan 2 and Plan 3) - as well as part of the Office 365 packaged plans (the P and E plans). See the below chart for more information on which Lync Online plan are included in which packaged plan (click the picture for the larger image...