LyncBeat: How UCMA Handles Incoming Messages

Lync MVPs are a fountain of deep knowledge on Lync Server--which they share generously on their own blogs. Our goal with the new LyncBeat series is to evangelize these great information channels. Thus, every week or so, we will shout out a blog and an article that we think will interest you.

Today’s shout out goes to Lync MVP, Michael Greenlee, author of the Lync Development blog. Be sure to bookmark the blog and check often for new articles.

Microsoft Lync has a rich set of .NET APIs that make it easy to extend the platform and integrate it with other applications. The Lync Development blog explains how to use them.

Author: Michael Greenlee, Lync MVP

Editor: Susan S. Bradley

Publication date: January 18, 2013

Product version: Lync Server 2010, Lync Server 2013

Keywords: Lync Server, UCMA, SIP, Lync Management Shell

Based on recent experiences, Michael Greenlee summarizes how the UCMA runtime handles incoming SIP messages, which is somewhat different from how it works with the Lync client. 

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