Category Archives: Code – Lync Server 2013 SDK

Code – MSPL – Forward

When replacing traditional PBX by Skype for Business Server 2015, typically legacy PBX vendors struggle to survive attempting to identify missing features. Indeed out of the box its challenging to fork or forward calls on analoge devices. But a sample MSPL script as shown below proves the openess of the Skype for Business Server 2015 platform with just a few lines of code and notepad. The prototype below illsutrated call forwarding on originator and destination, controlled with a few definitions in a text file.

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Code – MSPL – Pincode dialing

When migrating hospitals from traditional PBX to Skype for Business Server 2015, a typical question occurs to preserve existing legacy PSTN features. For instance patients receive at check-in a PIN code that can be used to authenticate before making external PSTN calls and bill call expences. The prototype below illustrates a prototype handling such requirement using MSPL scripting. A 6 digit pincode is stripped from called number and validated againts valid pincodes defined text file. I a production enviroment typically handled with some managed code integrating with inhouse PMS system. The approach is technology neutral, and is valid from low-cost analoge phones up to UI suppressed Bed Site Terminals on top of Lync 2013 client or even UCWA based Bed Site Terminal.

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