However, there are 2 AD attributes that are not included in the compact delta file: office and title.They are included in the legacy and full delta files.I recently started using Microsoft Communicator for a contract I am working on and wanted to customize it a bit.One of the things I wanted to be able to change was the status that displayed to other people as the default statuses are fairly generic and in my case I wanted to display if I was on an important meeting, working on a project, or just deep in thought.Below are simple directions that can be used to add customized statuses to Microsoft Communicator instant message client.The default list of statuses includes Available, Busy, Do Not Disturb, Be Right Back, and Away as shown in the below example image.
In the option of Communicator, the option “Update my presence based on my Calendar information” is checked but that doesn’t seem to work either. The bad new is; Communicator 2007 R2 isn’t compatible with Office 2013.
This FAQ contains basic information you need to understand presence, how it works, and how you can use it to your advantage to contact others, allow others to contact you, and to control interruptions so you are more productive.
A person's presence is determined by a collection of attributes that describe the person's status, activity, location, willingness to communicate, and contact information.
When I hover over an address on an email message, the Outlook 2007/OCS 2007 R2 integration displays incorrect user contact information.
In this particular case, popup shows previous title of the user. Background: By default, every morning at approximately AM, the new address book is updated and at some random time within the first hour of logging into the workstation the next day, the updates from the day before are downloaded in the compact delta file.
Notice how two of the above statuses are set to busy and the other two are set to do-not-disturb. The LCID number is based on location which in this case is the United States.