Thursday, March 28, 2013

Using the Microsoft Lync Client SDK – Part 1

For people unaware, Microsoft Lync is the new name for Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS). In the past couple months I've been working with the Lync Client SDK to build client experiences on top of the recently released Lync Server RC and Lync Client SDK RC. I'm going to go through what is available to you in the Client SDK. The Client SDK allows you to integrate client functionality like messaging, presence, voice, video and automation into your applications. It can be as simple as showing a users presence status in your application to being a full communicator-like experience that you can customize yourself. I'm going to discuss the high level out-of-the-box functionality the SDK provides, the differences from the Communicator 2007 SDK as well as what UI Suppression mode is and what it means to you and how you decide to integrate with Lync Client (more on that later).

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