Associate the user to the phone, as shown in Figure 5-6.
Contact cards provide additional contact information and multiple options for initiating communications.
If this user will use extension mobility services, configure the required settings.
Figure 5-2 illustrates the concepts for the following download steps: Step 1.
Standard C TI Enabled and Standard CTI Allow Control of All Devices, as shown in Figure 5-3.download
Availability information and communication options are made available throughout the application - such as in the visual voicemail and chat interfaces - enabling more efficient real-time collaboration.
Cisco Unified Personal Communicator makes voice and video communications a simple click away.
For Office 2010 (refer to Figure 3 you can use the popular contact-card click-to-communicate (call or IM) icons directly from the application.
Figure 5-1 illustrates the communications in a basic CUP deployment with an IP phone and CUPC client.
Use the do-not-disturb (DND) availability state to easily block incoming communications.
The application includes enterprise instant messaging capabilities so you can communicate in real time on time-sensitive business processes and avoid "phone tag".
Configure the rest of the settings according to system/user policy.
Show your availability based on the free and busy status in your Microsoft Outlook Calendar and Exchange Server.
The integrated voice, video, and conferencing capabilities let you place phone calls, exchange ideas "face to face and collaborate on documents.
This section covers the basic steps necessary in setting up an IP Phone to be used with CUPC.
Cisco's commitment to open standards and extensive interoperability testing eliminates the worry about the devices other parties are using.
For instance, you can deploy Cisco Unified Presence and Cisco Unified Personal Communicator in a full unified communications mode or limit the functions to an enterprise instant messaging-only solution for some users.
Assign the directory number to the line.
With Cisco Unified Personal Communicator, your communication and collaboration tools are always available from anywhere you work, enabling smarter, more-effective communications.
When the user has been added to CUCM, it will be synchronized over to the CUP server.