What do you want to know?
When I make a Lync call does it use my mobile minutes?
The Require Wi-Fi for VoIP calls option lets you choose if you want to use the cellular data network for audio calls. When you turn on Require Wi-Fi for VoIP calls and a Wi-Fi connection isn’t available, Lync tries to all your mobile number instead. When you answer the incoming mobile call, you’re then connected to the Lync call. As a result, your mobile minutes might be used.
Why don’t I see all my conversation history on my mobile phone?
The conversation history on Lync 2013 for Android is not synced with Microsoft Exchange Server. This means conversations that occur on your Lync mobile device are displayed only on that device’s conversation history and nowhere else. Also, when you delete a conversation on your mobile device, that conversation is permanently deleted.
To keep a record of a particular conversation you’ve had on Lync on your mobile device, email the conversation to yourself from Lync.
What version of Lync do I have to be on to use Lync on my mobile device?
You need the February 2013 Cumulative Update for Lync Server 2013 or later. For more information, contact your technical support team.
I was disconnected from a meeting. Is there an option to quickly rejoin the meeting?
Yes. If you have to temporarily leave a Lync meeting or get disconnected for any reason, you can rejoin it by clicking the Rejoin button in the notification.
Note If you’re not in the Lync app when you get disconnected, you may see a notification that you were disconnected but you’ll need to return to the Lync app to click Rejoin.
Why can’t I invite people to a meeting?
This is an unsupported feature. If you’re in an unscheduled ad-hoc meeting, you can’t invite additional participants. If there’s someone in the meeting who is using Lync on the desktop or Lync Web App, ask them to invite additional participants.
Why can’t I see all my meetings in my Meeting tab?
This is by design. You can see only your meetings for the same day.
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