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Hello,

I am trying to recall if there is a way to stop certain team members from IM'ing a group or pool of users in Lync. If anyone has any suggestions on how to accomplish this, please let me know.

Thanks.
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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Hello, this particular function is call Ethical Wall and sadly, it is not native in Lync product. (have been asking Microsoft since Exchange 2007 come out with the concept of ethical wall)

However, some one have thought about that and developed such product.
you can look around google said this is the first one returns.

http://www.multiux.com/products/multiux-ethical-wall-for-lync.html
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Limjianan, thank you. That at least gets me pointed in the right direction.
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