OCS 2007 delegate control of presence information

Posted on 2009-04-17
Last Modified: 2013-11-29
Is there a way with 2007 r2 to allow a receptionist to modify a users presence state / note via the admin console?  For example; a user calls in sick and asks the receptionist to change his status note to "out sick for the day".
Question by:rjRayes
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    Nope, not unless they had calendar access, then they could set the Out of Office msg in Exchange which would display in OCS.

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