You can use command-line parameters to quick-start Microsoft Lync 2010 or when you need to start Lync 2010 from another application.
For example, if a user clicks a phone number in another application, the application can start an instance of Lync 2010 and initiate a call to that number.
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The above command-lines can be used with HTML pages too, use it with Hyperlinks and IE will automatically detect it and opens Lync Client
I have tried this command line - Callto:sip:email@example.com as a hyperlink on my outlook and it only open the conversation window instead of making a call. Is there any possible way to directly make a call to the user when we click the url?
Also is there any way to slip in a "Conversation Subject" in that "command line" parameter?
man the meaning of Command-Line Parameters sure has changed. I am looking for PROMPT Command-Line parameters, no HTML doc execution statements