Android for OCS 2007 R2

A third party developer has gone ahead and developed a Android client  for Office Communications Server called AndrOCS. Not to sure if its compatible with Lync but its currently in beta and downloadable from here. 

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  1. Together with an open source Pidgin plugin (for Linux), a third party iPhone client from Modality, a Blackberry client from RIM, and of course most famously the (now tested/validated/qualified by Microsoft) snom300 phones, this illustrates that Microsoft's speech about really being open is not just idle talk - it is fully feasible for third parties (using the protocol documentation freely available on MSDN and/or the UCMA platform) to build feature rich clients for OCS or Lync. There is just no equivalent story from the traditional industry vendors.

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  2. Please try aLync, a new IM client for Android. It can connect to Microsoft OCS/Lync, MSN, Yahoo! Messenger and Google Talk. You can do file transfer, text editing(bold, italic, copy, paste, search), create a conference and many more in a unique tabbed interface. You can make calls and send SMS messages to your buddies, simply by making gestures on your touch screen.
    www.alync.net

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