What is Lync?
Microsoft Lync is not just a new phone system – it’s a unified communications platform.
What does it replace?
Lync replaces our current aging phone system, the NEC NEAX 2400 that was originally purchased in 1991. The last upgrade to this system was in 1997.
Why are we replacing our current phone system?
Our current NEC phone system is now an end-of-life product which means it’s not supported by the manufacturer (NEC) anymore and NEC has stopped making replacement parts for it. Supporting an end-of-life product will get progressively more expensive as parts and service will become more scarce.
- Lync Resources
Training ResourcesWhat is Lync? [2:31]
Make, receive, and manage calls with Lync 2010
Using the Lync Phone
Using the Lync CX600 Phone [4:07]
Basic call controls using the Lync phone (Polycom CX600) [5:51]
Using the Lync Client
1. Set up device and check call quality using Lync 2010 [2:25]
2. Make a call using Lync 2010 [6:31]
3. Answer a call using Lync 2010 [1:58]
4. Add voice to your Lync 2010 conversation [1:25]
5. Manage your Lync 2010 call using call controls [3:47]
6. Customize your voice mail greeting using Lync 2010 [2:06]
7. Check your voice mail with Lync 2010 [2:26]
8. Set up call forwarding and simultaneous ring in Lync 2010 [3:08]
Scheduling Lync 2010 Online Meetings
1. Scheduling a typical meeting [1:25]
2. Scheduling a meeting for a large audience [2:25]
3. Schedule a meeting as a delegate [2:04]
4. Customize your meeting options [4:36]
Conferencing Quick Reference Guide (.doc)
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