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Integration with Skype for end user

many customer don’t use sametime because don’t have Skype integration 

i don’t Know if the Skype API can do it ...

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  • Jul 14 2018
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    Guest commented
    23 Jul 20:56

    The original Skype client is being dropped. Its replacement, Skype for Business, is based on Lync. 

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    JULIE REED commented
    17 Aug 17:55

    Our recommendation for federation with other platforms such as Microsoft is leveraging a provided such as NextPlane who specializes in this technology, and is able to maintain currency with any changes Microsoft (or other platforms) may opt to make in their product or support.

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    Guest commented
    19 Sep 11:54

    Skype is different to Skype for business...as the previous guest commented, Skype For Business is the same as Lync.
    The only way possible right now for Sametime users to connect to Skype for Business (in O365) users is through Nextplane. If the Skype For Business is on-premise, then a SameTime Gateway is able to be connected... but that method won't work in the cloud unless you use Nextplane.
    Why doesn't IBM offer a free, limited entitlement to interconnectivity through Nextplane?