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Skype integration

Skype for Business integrations was developed and tested under an individual infrastructure. To make sure the Skype for Business status is supported by your system the following prerequisites must be met:

 Skype For Business 2015 on Premise

 Windows installations

 Skype should be connected to your Active Directory → Windows login equates Skype login

 Connection to Skype For Business is established via UCWA. Refer to https://ucwa.skype.com/.


 Currently a single Authentication Method IWA (Integrated Windows Authentication) is implemented. Refer to https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/skype/websdk/docs/developforskypeforbusiness#sectionSection2.

 Skype and Confluence should be able to communicate via CORS. This means the following Header must be set in your Skype Server:

Access-Control-Allow-Origin: your-confluence-server.com

Project reference: Siemens-Betriebskrankenkasse

For more Information, click here: https://www.sbk.org/en/ 

You want to integrate Skype for Business but your system does not meet the prerequisites? Feel free to contact us.

Chat Clients

This is a overview about the support of chat clients in LUP. Please note that the supported chat clients are not tested.

The information based on the chat clients used protocol XMPP.

Client

supported

status display

Boogie Chat

ChatSecure

Facebook Messenger

Gajim

Google Talk

Hangouts

HipChat

iChat

Jabber

Jappix

Jitsi

JTalk

LINE

Lync

Monal IM

ooVoo

Paltalk

Pidgin

Psi

Rocket Chat

Skype for Business Cloud

Skype for Business on premise

Slack

Speeqe

Stride

Swift

Tango

Telegram

Threema

Trillian

Viber

WeChat

WhatsApp

Xabber

Yahoo! Messenger

Yaxim