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by lunarg on November 18th 2016, at 14:43
Now that Skype for Business 2016 for Mac is publicly available, you could get rid of the old Lync for Mac 2011. Preferably, this should be a clean uninstall. Microsoft has released KB2691870, explaining how to do this.

The uninstall is not very elaborate: dragging the Lync application to the Trash is sufficient but leaves configuration, preferences and chat history on your Mac. To get rid of those, remove the following files:




Remove these folders:

~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Microsoft Lync Data

~/Documents/Microsoft User Data/Microsoft   ...
by lunarg on August 17th 2015, at 13:25
EDIT: highlight required trailing dots + added CNAME for msoid.

If you're using a hosting provider which uses DirectAdmin for its DNS management, it may be a hassle to correctly configure DNS records for Office 365, mainly because of syntax issues. After some trial-and-error and googling, I finally managed to correctly devise the proper syntax to configure Exchange Online and Lync Online.

The set up of the entries below is a left and right field in the DNS management, safe for MX-records, which are set up elsewhere. For most services, don't forget to add the trailing . at the end of each record pointing to a Microsoft Server. Otherwise, resolving will incorrectly add your own do  ...
by lunarg on August 13th 2015, at 15:55

There's no direct installer available for Skype for Business, as it is part of Office Pro Plus, but if you have enough with the basic version (i.e. you're missing a couple of enterprise grade features), you can get Skype for Business by first installing Lync Basic, then install the required updates to turn Lync into Skype for Business.

  1. Microsoft Lync Basic 2013
  2. Install these two patches:
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