Origin link: http://www.ehloworld.com/2314

This one liner will list all users who have both SMTP email addresses (which appear in the Windows Email Address filed on their AD account), and a SIP address, but they don’t match. This is helpful in identifying users who may be contractors with their  own email address at their respective company, but have SIP addresses on your system. It’s also helpful in locating users who have typos in one of the two, or who are inadvertently assigned an incorrect SIP domain.

Get-CsAdUser | Where-Object {($_.WindowsEmailAddress -and $_.SipAddress) -and ($_.WindowsEmailAddress -ne ($_.SipAddress -replace "sip:",""))} | Select-Object DisplayName,WindowsEmailAddress,SIPAddress

This yields results such as

DisplayName       WindowsEmailAddress                    SIPAddress                
-----------       -------------------                    ----------                
Laurie Lederhouse llederhouse@fourthcoffee.com           sip:llederhouse@contoso.com
Eileen Alfini     eileena@fabrikam.com                   sip:ealfini@contoso.com   
Mike McGrath      mmcgrath@wingtiptoys.com               sip:mmcgrath@contoso.com  
Gavin Parmar      gparmar@contoso.com                    sip:goarmar@contoso.com

In this example, we see that the first three have different SMTP domains than SIP domains. In the last user, we see that the username part of the addresses is different, but the domains are the same. If you want to strip out the “sip:” from the SIPaddress column, we can add a little formatting and come up with

Get-CsAdUser | Where-Object {($_.WindowsEmailAddress -and $_.SipAddress) -and ($_.WindowsEmailAddress -ne ($_.SipAddress -replace "sip:",""))} | Select-Object displayname,windowsemailaddress,@{Expression={$_.sipaddress -replace "sip:"};label="SipAddress"}
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Lync for Mac 2011 Released to Manufacturing

On 2011-10-05, in Exchange 2010, by Mattias Jönsson
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Article at Unified Communications Group Team Blog by Kirk Gregersen

When we first announced Lync Server 2010 last November, we talked about our commitment to supporting multiple platforms and how over the course of 2011 you would see Lync become available for other platforms. Today, I’m excited to share with you today that Lync for Mac 2011 has been Released to Manufacturing, commonly referred to as RTM.

Starting in October, our Mac customers will be able to experience the integrated communications experience that Lync has become well known for. From the updated contact cards to the ability to set up Lync conferences from Outlook 2011 for Mac to enterprise voice features, Lync for Mac 2011 offers Mac users integrated functionality for presence, instant messaging, conferencing and voice and is designed to work with both Lync Server 2010 and Lync Online.

VIDEO: Lync for Mac quick tour

Lync for Mac 2011 is available to customers as a part of the Office for Mac 2011 Volume Licensing SKU, Office for Mac Standard 2011, or through many of Microsoft’s Licensing programs. Customers can also purchase the application as a standalone volume licensing SKU.

For more information on Lync for Mac 2011, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/mac/enterprise/lync.

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