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schoquette
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[MOVED] Lync 2010

We too have around 50+ Soundpoint PI 501 phones and are looking to upgrade to Lync.  Is there no way to use these with Lync?

 

Thanks

 

 

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SteffenBaierUK
Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: [MOVED] Lync 2010

Hello schoquette,

 

welcome to the Polycom community.

 


@schoquette wrote:

Is there no way to use these with Lync?

 

Thanks

 

 

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I have moved your Post as the question to the original answer was already provided.

 

The community has a FAQ which answers this question already => here <=

 

Dec 6, 2011 Question: What Phone Models support the LYNC Features added in UCS 4.0.1?

Resolution: Please check => here <=

 

UCS 4.0.1 added support for phones to interoperate with a limited set of Microsoft® Lync™ server 

features (applies to SoundPoint IP 321, 331, 335, 450, 550, 560, 650, VVX 500, 1500, SoundStation IP 5000, SoundStation Duo, and SpectraLink 84xx).

 

Best Regards

 

Steffen Baier

 

Polycom Global Service

 

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jschertz
Polycom Employee

Re: [MOVED] Lync 2010

The SoundPoint IP 501 handset is not one of the supported models for direct SIP registration with Microsoft Lync, but it can be used via a partner gateway solution provided by NET or Audiocodes, for example.

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Jeff Schertz - Principal Microsoft Solutions Architect [Blog]

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sshannon
Occasional Visitor

Re: [MOVED] Lync 2010

Jeff, i was looking at using the NET UX1000 gateway with the 501's and Microsoft Lync 2010.  Would that work, is there any thing i should be aware of?  We have so many 501's, i really hate to purchase new ones since these work great and with out problems.   But we would like to move to Lync if at all possible.

 

Thanks

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