on my system I had a similar issue - and made a couple of changes that got off hook status working for me -
1) On the SIP Trunk configuration of CallManager I had defined the Destination Address and the CUP server host name. I read somewhere it should be the IP address, but ignoring this I decided to change the destination address to the FQDN of the CUP server (as later I will need to set up DNS SRV's).
2) On the CUP server I had defined the Presence Gateway as the ip address of the CallManager Publisher, but this in fact should be a Subscriber, or rather a CallManager that runs the ccmservice. I changed the entry yto be ip address on one of our subscribers.
I'm not sure which change was the key for me (number 2 would be my guess) but on/off hook status now works OK for users (Jabber Windows client v 9.0.4)
Presence Viewer on CUP server seems to be only marginally better than useless though. The status does not always reflect the users status as displayed in the Jabber client for some users.
Licensing was broken on the CUPS server. (It doesn't help that the Cisco licensing tool spits out invalid CUPS licenses...) The CUPS server had reverted to Demo licenses, and demo licensing doesn't seem to support integrated presence.
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