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microsoft office communicator URL  doesn't work for incoming links,

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microsoft office communicator URL  doesn't work for incoming links,


We did changes in local machine registry and URL link is working for outgoing not for incoming
Open regedit in local machine and navigate to:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Communicator
Create a new DWORD value called EnableURL and set the value to 1 to make the URLs clickable. Restart the office communicator.
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Resolution requires disabling the Intelligent IM Filter in OCS as well as the change in Communicator policy (either via GPO or registry)

Configure the Intelligent IM Filter settings by using the OCS Administration tool.

In that tool, right click on the pool and select Application Properties > Intelligent IM Filter.
Uncheck "Enable URL Filtering" and apply the change.
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