Microsoft Lync and Skype for Business have a rich set of .NET APIs which make it easy to extend the platform and integrate it with other applications. This blog helps explain how to use those APIs.

Installing and troubleshooting MSPL scripts

Posted: July 26th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Lync Development, MSPL | Tags: , | 3 Comments »

In my last post, I described some of the basics of Microsoft SIP Processing Language, or MSPL, using a simple script as an example. That last post ended with a cliffhanger: how does the MSPL script get installed on the Lync Front End Server?

Today, I’m going to answer that question. Continue reading “Installing and troubleshooting MSPL scripts” »

Extending Lync Server routing with MSPL

Posted: July 8th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Lync Development, MSPL | Tags: , | 24 Comments »

Recently I’ve taken a number of questions about customizing the routing of messages in Lync Server, which is possible with the Lync Server 2010 SDK. Since most of the how-to material out there is about either UCMA or the Lync 2010 (client) SDK, I thought I would write up a few articles on the basics of what you can do with the Lync Server 2010 SDK, and particularly with Microsoft SIP Processing Language, a.k.a. MSPL. Continue reading “Extending Lync Server routing with MSPL” »