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Microsoft® Lync® Server 2013 Unleashed Second Edition by Randy Wintle, Alex Lewis, David Ross, Tom Pacyk

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Exchange Services Publishing

Many components of Lync rely on connections to Exchange Web Services (EWS), a web-based component of Exchange Server since 2007. The Lync client itself is fairly resilient to falling back to MAPI calls to Outlook for information, but clients like Lync Phone Edition or Lync Mobile for Apple’s iOS platform are heavily dependent on Exchange Web Services being published remotely.

Exchange Web Services are typically published through the same reverse proxy Lync uses, but in some cases organizations might restrict access to Outlook or Exchange Web Services from remote clients. It’s important to discuss Exchange Web Services early on when planning to provide remote Lync services because it can greatly affect the user experience. ...

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