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

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Making Video Calls

Initiating a video call is as simple as right-clicking a contact and choosing Start a Video Call. Much as with the audio call, the recipient has the option to accept, decline, or redirect. Redirect gives the option to reply with an IM or to mark the recipient as Do Not Disturb.

When the call is accepted, the usual client window opens and is located on the Video tab. The recipient initially sees the caller, but the caller won’t see the recipient until after clicking Start My Video in the window.

Note

By default, participants in a two-way call see themselves in a picture-in-picture window inside the main video window. This picture-in-picture can be moved anywhere within the video window and does not block access to the buttons. ...

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