However I'm not getting any other details on the user propulated in the presence control like it does in Share Point.
All I get is the sip address in the email field (rather than the real default email address in AD) and a link to schedule a meeting.
The code below generally works for me I think in Share Point, the control is populated with data that exists in the user profile service. NET web app, then you'd have to build a repository of user profile details from AD (and cache it!
) which your control will look to to display that information.
This issue was more noticable in the Lync 2010 client because it showed the origin of the contact in Lync.
Issue: Custom Tab not showing up OCS Platform: OCS 2007 R2 Standard running on Windows 2008 OS/Client Running Windows Vista x32 with MOC 2007 R2.
Recently there as been many reports of Presence issues with the Lync 2013 client.by scrolling instead of searching), the Presence is accurately shown – in this case the contact is Available: The cause of this is a corresponding ‘bad’ Outlook contact entry for the associated Lync contact.“Bad” in the case specifically means the Email address and IM address of the associated Outlook contact does not match the SIP address in for the same contact in the Lync address book.The SIP profile folder is located here: Note – I achieved the same results just deleting the local address book files (Gal and Gal idx) but you should delete the whole folder to be safe.As the Next Hop article points out, deleting this SIP profile folder will trigger a complete address book download at a random interval in the next hour from when the client is restarted.