February 23, 2012 Update:
A significant update was made to the Android client. The big news is that the Android client now supports call via work. Ken Lasko has an excellent write-up on this update at: http://ucken.blogspot.com/2012/02/lync-mobile-for-android-updated.html.
The long awaited official Microsoft Lync 2010 clients for the iPhone and iPad were released on . . . → Read More: Microsoft Lync 2010 for the iPhone and iPad Released
Note – this blog post is being continually updated, so check back often.
The Server Pieces
Microsoft has released the server-side components and accompanying documentation to support the new Lync Mobile Clients that are coming out soon:
Server-side Components: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Mobility Service and Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Autodiscover Service Documentation Download: Microsoft . . . → Read More: Lync 2010 Mobility Service and Documentation Available
The latest Lync Client and Server update (as of December 6, 2011) was released a couple of weeks ago and is called Cumulative Update (aka ‘CU4’). I finally had a chance to read about it and install it.
It can be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?&id=11551. The associated knowledge base article is here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2493736
Note: this . . . → Read More: Lync Client and Server Cumulative Update Package (CU4)
I was about half-way through writing a similar Lync client extension, when I was alerted to a similar little Lync application called “Profiles for Lync”.
“Profiles for Lync” is a small Windows application that manages, and allows you to switch between, multiple Lync client profiles. This is particularly useful if you have several Lync environments that . . . → Read More: “Profiles for Lync” – a Lync Client Profile Manager