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The Office 365 Grid User Post blog series features some of the best content from The Grid for the entire Office 365 community. This Lync Online post is from Loryan Strant and was originally posted on his blog The Cloud Mouth.
Author: Loryan Strant
Publication date: June 26, 2012
Product version: Lync Online
I must give credit where credit is due: My latest creation was inspired by the “Who Can Federate” tool created by Lync MVP, Matt Landis. As a big fan of Lync federation, I found myself regularly hovering over sender names in Outlook and hoping to see the presence orb light up to indicate that they too are a Lync user who supports federation. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple, as you need to actually open an IM window to the sender before federation takes place. At that point, you either see their presence status or simply get “Presence unknown.”
To read the complete article see Focus on Functionality: Lync Social Connector.