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You will, however, need to unlock your computer to see a caller’s ID before answering calls.
To set your secondary ringer to ring your computer’s internal/external speakers, see instructions for PC or Mac. Your computer must be awake to hear notifications/ringer for incoming calls.
Please see our Knowledge Base article for more information. KU has implemented "open federation," which means you can connect with other Skype for Business users at more than 800 institutions around the world that also have open federation.
If you're not sure if the other person's organization has open federation, contact them first by phone or email to ask.
Depending on how your audio is set up, you will hear the notification/ring through your headset and/or computer speakers.
You will not be able to see the caller’s ID from the lock screen, however if you are using a headset you can answer an incoming call using the answer button on the volume control of your headset.
Skype-enabled desk-style phones will still ring when the connected computer is asleep.When you are enabled, you will receive a welcome email from "Microsoft Outlook" with your temporary voicemail PIN.Yes, if your computer is locked, you will still receive an audio notification/ring when someone calls you.MS Office 2013 is available to students for free and to faculty/staff for .95 through the KU Software Webstore. At this time, photos are not enabled in Skype for Business.
The University is currently investigating potential options for photos in Skype for Business. We always recommend a wired connection instead of wireless, as it will provide a much more consistent and reliable experience with real-time audio and video applications.
We will be investigating solutions for chat-based “service desk” type functionality as a later phase of the Skype for Business project. There are two options to place calls off campus: 1) If you have a laptop computer, you can place calls via Skype for Business anywhere you have an Internet connection using a Skype for Business headset, or other compatible device, or your computer's microphone and speakers .