Office Communicator Mobile 2007 R2 for Java (Nokia S60 320X240 resolution)
Hi! Long time no see. It has been quiet over here the last few weeks. After 3 weeks of holiday in France and a 3000 km trip afterwards I was completely “DOWN” when I was back home. This “DOWN” moment had it’s reflection right one week after my holiday. Sick for almost 5 days and now completely back in business. Pfff the world of a MVP/Father is not easy ;-( Especially not when you also have almost 800 email messages from outside the Microsoft Community. It really gives extra “drive” to evangelize more on Unified Communications and presence. 800 email messages……!
So included in this post just a wrap up what’s in my mind.
ATTENTION: New technical fellow on the stage right within the UC Weblog Team! The next months Michiel van Oudheusden will join the group to write technical UC stuff also. For people who don’t know Michiel: he is the lead developer on the OCS WebChat solution. See his linkedin profile also (here)
Yahoo! will be performing maintenance that will affect their OCS gateways. The outage is schedule to be brief, but as a precautionary measure, the following maintenance window has been declared:
Maintenance Start Date/Time: 9/24/2009, 10:00pm Pacific Time
Maintenance End Date/Time: 9/25/2009, 1:00am Pacific Time
Office Communicator users may notice incorrect presence of their Yahoo! Contacts, or may not be able to communicate via PIC with their their Yahoo! contacts.
No action needs to be taken by your Office Communications Server administrator(s). Additionally, there will not be any further notification regarding this maintenance activity unless there is a broad disruption of service. In such cases, we will relay additional outage communication accordingly.
The PreCallDiagTool is an application that reports expected audio quality as it relates to the network effect. The tool should be installed on any desktop or laptop PC that suffers from inconsistent network connection quality. The PreCallDiagTool can provide a quick check of the current network conditions and also preserve a history of quality data to let users profile their network performance over time or other conditions. The tool is particularly useful for home/mobile users and users using WIFI access points.
Note: This is the 32 bit version of the PreCallDiagTool. The 64 bit version can be found in the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Resource Kit.