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Jabber for Windows Integration with Microsoft Office 2010 Standard Edition?

Can anyone confirm if there are any limitations when integrating Jabber for Windows with Microsoft Office 2010 Standard edition?

The attached table suggests that Advanced Server Integration Features are not supported with Office 2010 Standard, but would this affect a Cisco Jabber integration?

Are there any Presence and Click to X, etc limitations when using Microsoft Office 2010 Standard, as opposed to the Professional / Professional Plus editions?

Thanks

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Message was edited on April 19, 2013:  Lisa Marcyes from the Cisco Collaboration Community Team added community category and tags for greater ease in filtering (no change to content).

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More information…

The following link to the Microsoft website provides better detail on which UC related ‘Advanced Server Integration Features’ are not included within Office Standard 2010 when deployed with Lync.

Comparison of server integration features between Office suites:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/compare-server-integration-features-between-office-suites-available-through-volume-licensing-FX101850719.aspx#d

It looks like Presence, IM and Click to X features would not be available with Office Standard and Lync, so I’m seeking a confirmation as to whether they would be available when Office Standard is integrated with Jabber for Windows?

I checked the Jabber for Windows Release Notes, Administration Guide and Datasheet, etc, but only generic ‘Office 2007’ or ‘Office 2010’ is mentioned; nothing specific about the Standard or Professional Plus editions.

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Jabber for Windows provides the same presence and click to X functionality in both Office standard and professional installations.

This includes presence light up,  the ability to launch IM conversations, group chat conversations, voice and video calls and conference calls from within the office applications.

Bryan

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