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Lync 2010 CU2 April 2010 updates and list of issues resolved

Lync 2010 Client Updates Lync 2010 April 2011 CU2 KB2496325 Download the Lync.msp x86 package now. Download the Lync.msp X64 package now. Issues KB2496325 resolves [spoiler] Issues that this update fixes This cumulative update fixes the following issues: 2517766 A warning message is cut off in a localized version of Lync 2010 2517757 The “Start Recording” command is still available after you...

How to upgrade a Snom Phone to the OCS / Lync Firmware

  Here is a how to on upgrading a Snom phone from the standard Snom firmware to the OCS compatible firmware. I’m not sure what the distribution terms are on the firmware, but your Snom dealer or Microsoft Voice partner should be able to help you with getting access to the latest firmware. I won’t be posting a direct link here unfortunately. It looks like you can register here to get the...

Lync High Contrast / Accessibility Support

  Recently one of the guys on twitter (Simon Leyland) asked about Lync/OCS support for partially sighted users. Previously working for a Cisco partner this was something that came up more than once, I knew there was some support in Lync but thought it would be good to take a closer look. Microsoft produce a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template or VPAT to document their compliance with...

Spell Check/AutoCorrect in Lync, or any other Windows application using Autohotkey

  A couple of people have asked me about spellcheck/autocorrect in Microsoft Lync. Out of the box there isn’t any, I guess Microsoft’s thinking is that it is not so important in a quick, less formal medium, with frequent use of shorthand that wouldn’t make sense to spell check anyway. What if you do want spell check? Well it’s entirely possible for a 3rd party to write an application, but...

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