Communicator 2016 r2 not updating status

The good news is; You can still make Lync 2013 work with Communications Server 2007 R2. To make Lync 2013 connect to Communications Server, add the following Registry key: Key: Officially, this isn’t a supported configuration for Lync (connecting to Communications Server 2007 R2) but it works nonetheless.

If you are an administrator ready to deploy Office 2013, you can make the above change also via Group Policies.

However, there are 2 AD attributes that are not included in the compact delta file: office and title.

They are included in the legacy and full delta files.

At work, we use Skype for Business and there Outlook integrates with Skype for Business.

I recently upgraded my home computer to Office 2016 via our company’s Office 365 licensing and now Skype no longer integrates with Outlook 2016.

This means that you can see people’s Skype or Jabber availability, reply to an email via an IM or directly start a call or chat all from within Outlook.When I log on with Skype for Business at home, I found out that it now integrates with Outlook instead.Do I need the Home or Personal edition of Office 2016 for integration with Skype or can I somehow set which IM client should integrate with Outlook?I’ve just installed Office 2013 but I also have Communicator 2007 R2 installed and found that the Communicator status is not found in Outlook.In the option of Communicator, the option “Update my presence based on my Calendar information” is checked but that doesn’t seem to work either. The bad new is; Communicator 2007 R2 isn’t compatible with Office 2013.

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