#Lync User QuickTip #10: Testing Voice Call Quality BEFORE the Important Call (guru tip as well)


So you got settled in at your hotel or comfy cafĂ© and your ready to make an important voice call using Microsoft Lync. Your just a little skeptical of the internet speed and you want to make sure the call quality is good—what do you do?

Of course, you click on the “Phone” tab and do a 1-click “Check”. So simple. So smart.

But Lync gurus, don’t be offended at this simple tip! Andres Gorzelany, reminded me of a Lync expert use for this same service: Test if federation is working, you know, at 2am when no one else is available. Winking smile The simple overview is get the “Audio Test Service” SIP URI of your home Lync Server, keep it with you, and now where ever you are you can “test” other system. So clever. Read the details here.

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Acknowledgements: Andres Gorzelany. Follow him here!/andygorze

1 comment:

  1. I am looking for a reliable connection for International calling which offers crystal-clear Call quality without any dropped calls or poor connections. Can anyone suggest me something?


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