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rb:configpidginforlync [08/07/2019 10:45] (current)
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 +====== Accessing Lync with Pidgin ======
 +
 +Note, this page is rather old and may be out of date.
 +
 +Turns out to be really easy! See http://​home.dataforce.org.uk/​2012/​04/​microsoft-lync-on-linux/​ and http://​itbasedtelco.wordpress.com/​2012/​03/​11/​lync-clients-something-more-for-linux-clients-voice/​
 +
 +
 +  [root@e6410 ~]# yum install pidgin-evolution pidgin-sipe finch
 +
 +Settings are:-
 +
 +Basic Tab:-
 +  * Protocol - Office Communicator
 +  * Username - <​your ​ email address>
 +  * Login - DOMAIN\<​MAD DOMAIN LOGIN username>​
 +  * Password - <Your MAD Password>​
 +  * Local Alias - <your real name>
 +
 +Advanced Tab:-
 +  * Connection type - Auto
 +  * Authentication Scheme - TLS-DSK or NTLM, not sure which is best.
 +  * Use Single Sign-on - Tick
 +
 +Buddy format
 +
 +You can add Buddies from an XML file, but you need to enable the "List Manager"​ plugin. ​
 +
 +To set up an alias, use the following format for the username:-
 +
 +  sip:​user.name@company.com
 +  ​
 +This page gives some more information on xmpp IM names:- [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​XMPP#​Decentralization_and_addressing]] \\
 +
 +See [[gy-tech:​ldap-playingwith-mad|LDAP - playing with Microsoft AD (MAD)]] for a script to extract SIP: from MS LDAP.
 +
 +Also tested now is voice, person to person works fine, not sure where the join conference info is. If you start a person to person call and then add more people in, it works with all participants too.
  

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