first attempt to integrate LCS with Lotus Connections has not gone well as my team lacks the AJAX skills to get the Microsoft AJAX toolkit going. So for now, we'll integrate Lotus Connections and LCS using the Microsoft Office Presence Controls. These controls can also be used in Notes 8!I'm diverting this week my attention from Connections to Notes as we are also trying to sell Lotus Notes 8 at the customer. Our
As you know, the customer has already set as a standard the use of Microsoft Live Communication Server. And it looks like a business partner has already figured out how to do this integration. From what I can see in the video, it's very simple. As long as users have the LCS client installed on their computer (or Microsoft Office 2005 or later), all it takes to do this is 2 changes to the mail template (the NTF file). Very cool, huh?? This is how it looks on the Notes 8 basic client:
We are going through the details at the customer site this week and will post back results on how the intragion works out.
Friday, July 13, 2007
<asp:Content ContentPlaceHolderId="PlaceHolderAdditionalPageHead" runat="server">
and I asked myself: "Could this be the place where I would insert stuff that would typically go in an <HEAD> element?". I gave it a try and it worked!!!!
Thursday, July 12, 2007
they can hover over my name and click to see my person card. Very cool, huh? See, it works easily on Blogs!!!!
I'll continue investigating this and will report back on progress.