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May 18, 2012
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How to connect to VOIP Connections Hosted Lync server from Lync client on a Desktop / Laptop

Configuring Lync client on a Desktop/Laptop

 Software Download

Download Microsoft Lync Client from below link

Operating System File Name Download URL
32 bit en_lync_2010_x86_598490.exe http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5484
64 bit en_lync_2010_x64_598497.exe http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=10400

Installation

Double click on downloaded file “en_lync_2010_x86_598490.exe”

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Click on “Yes” button

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Click on Install button

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Click on Close button

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Windows will open Lync client automatically

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Configuration

In sign-in address, enter your email id e.g. naseem@mediationgateway.com

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In user name/password – enter your domain user id and password and click sign-in

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After Sign-in, Lync will display user’s presence and contacts, as shown below.

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Personalize your contact info

You can personalize your contact and presence information. For example, you can add your mobile phone number and make it available only to close contacts.

1 In the Lync main window, click the Options button, and then click Phones.

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2 Click the button for the phone number, and then click OK.

3 Select the Include in my contact card check box, and then click OK.

4 To let certain people see your personal numbers: in your Contacts list, right-click the contact’s name, click Change Privacy Relationship, and then click Friends and Family.

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Your Lync client is configured to work with VOIP Connections hosted Lync server. Refer ‘Work Smart using Microsoft Lync 2010  ‘ guide on how to use Lync for IM, application sharing, scheduling a meeting and making inbound and outbound PSTN calls.