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Microsoft eliminating support for O365UM via SBC

Microsoft eliminating support for O365UM via SBC

RE: Microsoft eliminating support for O365UM via SBC

It's cute! "We’re making this change to provide a higher quality of service for voicemail, using standard Exchange and Skype for Business protocols". How they're doing that, I don't know.

But it's nice to see Microsoft is still being Microsoft thinking they can yank out something for no particular reason to drag more customers to them.

RE: Microsoft eliminating support for O365UM via SBC

Pretty sure they are having voice quality issues since they route the UM traffic over the internet. There solution is to have you install an onsite device to collect the audio then send it to O365UM. What ever happened to their old slogan of "VoIP As You Are"?

RE: Microsoft eliminating support for O365UM via SBC

my bad. I thought they meant Exchange UM as a whole. kinda makes sense i guess

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