October 2014 update for Lync for Mac 2011 (Version 14.0.10)


Microsoft has released the new version of Lync for Mac 2011. And this one is October 2014 update with version 14.0.10. The update file can be downloaded from,http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36517

Before installing this update, there are couple of Prerequisites that need to be satisfied. And those are,

  • To run install the update file, there have to be an older version of Lync for Mac client installed on the computer
  • The computer must be running on Mac OS X version 10.5 or later

The most impotent thing with this update is that, This enables the most wanted “View call history” on the client requirement and several other features and bug fixes mentioned below,

  • 3007886 Update enables users to view call history in Lync for Mac 2011
  • 3007885 Update for Lync for Mac 2011 enables users to store conversation history on an Exchange server
  • 3007884 Location is not displayed in Lync for Mac 2011 when users join a wireless network
  • 3007883 Error “One or more selected contacts cannot receive your calls” when you forward calls in Lync for Mac 2011
  • 3007881 Delegation relationship is broken after a delegate signs in to Lync for Mac 2011
  • 3007879 Computer shutdown is not processed when Lync for Mac 2011 is running
  • 3007878 Update implements media resiliency mode in Lync for Mac 2011
  • 3007877 Dial pad disappears when a user who is not enabled for EV joins a video conference or a video call in Lync for Mac 2011
  • 2909659 Update enables users to interact with a contact from the call history in Lync for Mac 2011

Installation of this update is fairly straight forward. Download the .dmg file, mount the file in to mac OS and install the application.

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