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Lync Server 2013 Clients : Mac Client - Navigation and Layout (part 1)

12/3/2013 8:21:43 PM
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1. Lync

The Lync menu has basic program commands for the Lync:Mac application, including these:

About Lync—Gives version information and a summary of the end-user license agreement.

Preferences—Enables the user to set general application preferences for Lync:Mac. It includes the submenus Appearance, General, Phone Calls, Account, Alerts, History, and Photos.

Services—Doesn’t actually have a function of any options for the Lync:Mac client, although it is a standard for Mac applications.

Hide Lync—Hides the Lync:Mac client, as might be obvious.

Hide Others—Hides all other applications besides the Lync:Mac client.

Quit Lync—Quits and exits the Lync:Mac application.

2. Edit

The Edit menu has the usual suspects one would expect. They are outlined here:

Undo—Undoes the previous action if possible.

Cut—Cuts the selected text.

Copy—Copies the selected text.

Paste—Pastes from the clipboard.

Clear—Clears the selected area.

Select all—Selects all in the active window.

Spelling—Offers, via a submenu, the option to Show Spelling and Grammar.

Special Characters—No, this is not how you insert an image of your favorite sci-fi cameo star into your IM. Instead, this brings up a menu of special ASCII characters for making ASCII art, or for other communication uses.

3. View

The View menu enables the user to change the way the client appears and how contacts are organized. These are the options:

View by Name—Organizes contacts by name. Note that there is no apparent order to the names; it’s not alphabetical.

View by Group—Organizes contacts into user-created groups.

Use Compact View—Removes user photos and displays only the presence icon for users. Also does not show status messages or out-of-office updates.

Show Status Text—Shows user’s status in text to the right of the user’s name if checked.

Show Friendly Name—Shows the display name if this option is checked; otherwise, shows the SIP URI of the user.

Show Offline Contacts—Includes contacts who are offline in the user’s contact list. If this is unselected, offline contacts are hidden from the contact list.

Collapse All Groups—Collapses all expanded groups. Great for cleaning up the user interface in a hurry.

Show All Fields—Shows any currently hidden fields.

Show Message Timestamp—Shows the timestamp when each IM message is sent or received.

4. Status

The Status menu includes options for changing presence status and a command to sign out. There is no need to review the status options here because they are covered elsewhere; however to summarize, they are Available, Busy, Do Not Disturb, Off Work, Be Right Back, and Appear Away. The other options for this menu are reviewed here:

Sign Out—Signs the user out of the Lync:Mac client.

Reset Status—Resets the user’s status to the Outlook integrated setting.

 
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