OCS working with CUPS for RCC, but click to call question
So not to be confused with "Click to Call" application for CUCM 7.x.... but when you are in Outlook, click on a contact to call, etc. I know this works with the CUPC client, because it's built into Outlook as a snappin. I know RCC works from the MOC client for the directory or typing in a number manually.
My question is does it work when you right click a contact, say Call, and the skillet pops up to call. From what I have read, it's Outlook 2007, not 2003 works for this. Is that true? I do not have a lab to test this in right now and my customer is only 2003.
Re: OCS working with CUPS for RCC, but click to call question
This is my understanding too, though I tore down Outlook 2003 in my lab as well :)
The limitation is basically that Outlook 2003 does not support the "persona" extensions that were introduced with OCS/MOC 2007 to allow voice access. The same limitation applies to the Microsoft EV environments too.
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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