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Hi Mike. I discovered the same effect myself that Communicator manages to integrate with Outlook 2010 64 bit. But after a while I get an Exchange error stating that Exchange is unavailable. If I restart the client it connects again. Have you experiensed something like that?

Maybe thats the reason its not official.. :)

Mike Stacy

It's entirely possible. When I click the voicemail button in MOC I get the following error:

Cannot connect to Microsoft Office Outlook to open the desired folder. Please close any open Outlook dialog boxes and try again later. If the problem persists, contact your system administrator.

But I'm using one of the new Outlook 2010 features that allows me to open 2 mailboxes from different Exchange orgs in one profile, so maybe that's a factor.


My OCS Server and client is on 3.5.6907.196 and I am getting the mention error when trying to view missed calls.
I have Office 2010 x64 on Windows 7.
The notification about the missed call does appear in my Outlook as well as an alert in Communicator R2 but trying to view the alert in the OC Client pops the undesired error.
Any ideas?



I have 6907.221 with Windows 7 and Office 2010 x64 and still get the "Cannot connect....." error when trying to view missed calls.

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