I have 3 scenarios in a integration of CUPS 10.5 + Lync 2013.
- One userA on Lync, can send IM and presence to Jabber userB, and Jabber as well. - One userC on Lync can send IM to Jabber userB, but Jabber userB can't. It shows "The message to email@example.com could not be delivered" - One user on Lync can send IM to Jabber userB, but Jabber userB can't. There is no errors on the Chat.
All the users are in the same domain. And the domain is white listed on CUP. UserA and UserC uses Lync with corporate mail as login username for Lync. The SSL seems to be ok. I don't know if the problem could be on the Lync side or in the Cisco Jabber side. Anyone has done this successfully???
It would be easier to pull the SIP proxy logs and see whats going on or have TAC take a look. Usually this is an SSL issue, make sure that the certificate on the Lync server has client authentication attribute..
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