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Is there a Lync equivalent of Avaya's Telecommuter Mode?

In Avaya Telecommuter mode, the Avaya IP Office has an option to route the voice call to an Avaya hard/soft phone to a traditional phone in the PSTN. While the TCP traffic for call handling goes to ...
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Lync 2010, Kamailio, & Trixbox 2.6.23 (Asterisk 1.4)

I'm having an issue trying to connect Lync 2010 phone calls with our trixbox PBX. I've gotten to the point where Kamailio seems to be functioning properly and acting as a bridge between TCP traffic ...
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135 views

Lync and conference phones - do all clients need phone numbers?

Bear with me here - very new when it comes to Lync :) We have a very simple installation up and running right now, with only Lync software clients installed. I've now been requested to install two ...
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1answer
727 views

Lync 2010 SIP Trunk Providers

I'm playing around with a small Lync implementation in my home office and would like to try replacing my 3cx server with it. Currently I use callcentric as my VoIP provider, but based on another ...
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885 views

Lync Server 2010 with Hosted VoIP PBX

We just deployed Lync Server 2010 in our organization and it is working great so far. The next step for us is to enable enterprise voice so that we can replace our telephones with service that is ...
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centrally administered voip solution for multi-office company

I've been playing with VoIP IP PBX solutions for a few months, but I'm trying to find a solution that will allow for the following: An IP PBX based in a data centre (where SIP trunks will ...