We need to bind the Lync presence to the Cisco phone's status (and vice-versa), so I have to create a federation between our Lync and Cisco CUP environments. I found several documents but none of them covers our needs.
With intradomain federation I can send IM and I can share my presence status between the Jabber and Lync clients, but there is no way to one user (with same SIP URI) could use both environment, therefore neither the Lync client nor the phone will share their status with the other side.
With Remote Call Control the Lync client and the phone has a same presence status, but I lost the Lync voice capabilities. I can call only by phone so I can not implement this solution.
Is there any way to share the presence status between Lync and phone which are belong to same user?
By default I would use same SIP URI and same presence domain within these environments, but of course I can setup different domains/uri-s as well, if I can link these accounts to each others.
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