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Extending Unified Communications Services of UCMA Bots to PIC Clients

Learn how to extend Microsoft Lync Server 2010 supported unified communications services that are provided by a trusted Microsoft Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA) bot application to Public Internet Cloud (PIC) clients. Without the extension, the unified communications services are restricted to a limited number of Microsoft Lync 2010 clients in a single enterprise network domain. This number is derived from the CategorySubscriptions property of the presence policy that is set by a Lync Server 2010 administrator. Here, PIC clients can include Windows Live Messenger, Skype, and Yahoo! Messenger.

Programmatically, you learn how to enable a Lync Server 2010 application by using the Microsoft Lync Server 2010 SIP Application API and UCMA. The Lync Server 2010 SIP Application API is used to intercept a presence subscription from a PIC client and UCMA is used to send the requesting PIC client the online status of an active bot.

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