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Can a sharepoint user have multiple statuses? If so how can I access all statuses for the past say 10mins?
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by:Ted Bouskill
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Do you mean the 'Online' 'Offline' et cetera values?

That is controlled via Communicator.  If both the person viewing a page in Sharepoint and the person tagged are using Communicator the status will reflect their Communicator status.
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Hi enternal123,

Answer is NO. One user has only one status at any point of time.

and there is no facility to get the status past 10mins...
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by:enternal123
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Great! Because I was only able to find the current status!
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