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MS Office Communicator 2007 Status in Outlook 2007

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hi all,
When setting up a meeting request or appointment in Outlook 2007, I add a list of attendees but their MS Communicator status shows up as offline (greyed out) even though in communicator they are actually online. This is a really neat idea to be able to see who is online but it never seems to work correctly for me. I know if I have duplicate addresses for the user in communicator this may happen but this is no the case here. Any help is much appreciated.     MS Office Communicator 2007 Status in Outlook 2007 MS Office Communicator 2007 Status in Outlook 2007
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Did you try reinstalling communicator client?
Could be a problem with the Outlook Add in Part.
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Hi,
Yes but the problem is within the whole organization. Not all users are showed up as offline but the ones that are showing up are usually online.
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Did you see this article?
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/communicator-help/using-communicator-with-office-outlook-2007-and-office-onenote-2007-HA010224534.aspx


Configure Outlook integration options in Communicator

In the Office Communicator Title bar, click the Menu button, point to Tools, and then click Options.
On the Personal tab, under Personal information manager, select Microsoft Office Outlook from the drop-down list.
Select or clear the following options, as appropriate:
Display my Outlook Out Of Office information to contacts in my Personal, Team and Company Access Levels.
Update my presence status based on my Outlook calendar information
Show meeting subject and location to contacts in my Team Access Level.
Save my instant message conversations in the Outlook Conversation History folder.
Save my call logs in the Outlook Conversation History folder.
 NOTE   Any change to these options is automatically copied to all of your computers and devices running Communicator 2007.



Check with 1 user and see if it helps...if it does, can change the rest of the clients from the OCS server
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Check out the outlook properties and go to email address tab,if you find the SIP ID listed for that user, if no sip ID is listed there, you will not get that option.
 
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