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Important Changes to Microsoft Skype for Business

Microsoft is ending support for 3rd party for Audio Conferencing Providers (ACP) for Skype.

 

So, what does this mean for the small businesses that uses Skype for Business with an ACP?

 

It means that come July 31, 2021 access to 3rd party ACPs will stop and you will have the following options:

 

              Enable users for Audio Conferencing provided by Microsoft if they require dial-in audio conferencing with Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams.

 

              Stop using dial-in conferencing altogether

 

              Continue to separately use a third-party audio conferencing provider.

 

Migrating to Microsoft Audio Conferencing is simple, and it can be done in just a couple of steps after acquiring the licenses for the service.

 

So, beware, come July 31, 2021 the following:

 

-Participants who attempt to join any Skype for Business meeting via dial-in numbers provided by a third-party ACP service will no longer be connected to the Skype for Business meeting.

 

-Users enabled for a third-party ACP service will no longer have their dial-in information automatically included in any new Skype for Business meeting invites.

 

Eventually Microsoft plans to replace Skype for Business with Microsoft Teams.  Microsoft (MSFT) didn’t say when it would stop supporting Skype for Business, only that it gradually plans to phase it out in favor of Teams.

Sources:
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By Bill Williams

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  
 

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