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Help getting Lync server 2013 integrate with Avaya Aura

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hello,
I install Lync Server 2013 and its operational with chat and video.
Now we are trying to integrate our AVAYA Aura system into lync but we have no clue on doing that.
Can one of you can send me a link to do or create connectors in the Avaya side to start using lync?

Appreciate
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by:Jakob Digranes
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H--- I've done this, but haven't got the steps for the Avaya --- but can send you the integration doc if you like ---
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by:miguelitx
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Sure, I will love to have it
Thanks
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attached ---
LCSM61CM601PSTN.pdf
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