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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Managing Contacts

Most people are accustomed to the behaviors in Outlook where you can quickly look up a user in the contacts or by starting to type that person’s name. The Lync 2010 client follows this model by organizing contacts by groups and by enabling users to quickly search for contacts by simply typing the person’s name.

For example, on the Find a contact line, if you type a name, the client suggests names based on the contacts. From here, simply click Add to add the contact to a contact group as shown in Figure 23.5. When this occurs, the person you added receives a notification of the addition and has the option to add you as well. Once added, the contacts appear in the group you selected and you are able to see their presence information ...

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