Communicator Presence Bubbles


J

Jim D

I am running Outlook 2007 and have recently migrated from Communicator 2005
to 2007 in a corporate environment.

Previously, the I had the Communicator bubbles displayed in my TO/CC etc.
fields. They no longer do. They are not greyed out or anything, they are
simply not there.

I've checked with a co-worker who has also migrated, but the bubbles display
for him so it's not a corporate setting. I've checked the Outlook setting at
Tools/Options/Other and the "Display online status..." box is checked. In an
attempt to reset it, I've unchecked it, and closed Outlook and Communicator,
but when I re-openend Outlook, it was already reset to checked.

Do you have any other suggestions?

Thanks
 
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J

Jim D

Yes, it's a corporate build, we both installed it on the same day - Version
2.0.6362.64

Diane Poremsky said:
Are you and your co-worker both using the same exact version number of
communicator? some builds don't properly integrate with outlook.

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Jim D said:
I am running Outlook 2007 and have recently migrated from Communicator
2005
to 2007 in a corporate environment.

Previously, the I had the Communicator bubbles displayed in my TO/CC etc.
fields. They no longer do. They are not greyed out or anything, they are
simply not there.

I've checked with a co-worker who has also migrated, but the bubbles
display
for him so it's not a corporate setting. I've checked the Outlook setting
at
Tools/Options/Other and the "Display online status..." box is checked. In
an
attempt to reset it, I've unchecked it, and closed Outlook and
Communicator,
but when I re-openend Outlook, it was already reset to checked.

Do you have any other suggestions?

Thanks
 

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