I'm hoping to migrate our users from CUPC 8 to Jabber for Windows 9. However, I've a few queries on the client.
The Contact Pictures work in CUPC but not in Jabber, is there additional configuration required for the Jabber client?
CUPC allows me to hover over a client and select multiple methods of communication. However, Jabber requires a right click and e-mail has been removed. Can the e-mail link be added via configuration on the CUPS server?
Finally, does anyone know if a future release will have an option to not only Automatically start with Windows, but also start minimized?
Any feedback appreciated, currently this Jabber client doesnt match the functionality we use in CUPC, or need going forward (i.e. SSO).
We've noticed the same for all points raised by Bob above.
Additionally, we are unable to place external calls from Jabber for Windows (v 9.0.1, build 8628). We get fast busy after a few seconds. Internal calls are fine. Are there patches needed for our version of CM for application dial rules to work properly?
CUPS - 8.5.1
CM - 7.1.5
Unity - 5.0
We've found CUPC version 8.5.5 to work the best, but as a reseller, we're eager to discontinue use of CUPC and have a unified message to our clients that Jabber is the Collaboration tool for all means of communication.
Yes, you have to patch your system. You will need to find the:
- Description: The Dial Rules Wizard file that is needed to run the Dial Rule Wizard to create and deploy Application & Directory Lookup Rule.
For your version under the 'Cisco UC Integration(TM) for Lync' downloads.
Another question for me, is there going to be right-click click-to-dial operation for numbers on webpages? The documentation states that it only does the 'tel:' URI's right now. This is a turn off for me..
Details on the Directory Search are excellent and it’s good to hear SSO will be coming soon.
How do I go about an enhanced request for Jabber to start minimised? This, along with SSO, is probably the only way we can go about deploying the solution companywide. Presence is needed companywide to have best value, though it’s a culture change that will be adopted slowly. Having the software automatically login and run silently will provide this.
I’m also looking forward to Video Jabber on the iPad being released soon – this should expand the use of our VCS-Expressway service.
Sent: 28 May 2012 06:01
To: Frater, Robert
Subject: - Re: Jabber for Windows 9
Re: Jabber for Windows 9
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