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So to set it to 5 minutes, the cmdlet would be Set-Cs Client Policy -MAPIPoll Interval .For those using Exchange Server 2007 or 2010, Lync will be connecting to your Exchange Autodiscover Service URL and then onto your Web Services URL for free/busy information rather than the local MAPI profile in Outlook.My understanding from perusing Tech Net library articles is that there is a difference between of calendar information in the Lync client.I could have interpreted this incorrectly, but I’m pretty sure this is the way calendar information is handled by Lync.This is controlled in the Lync Client Policy using the parameter MAPIPoll Interval.The default is 30 minutes but this can be changed to anything from 5 minutes to 480 minutes (5 hours).
I’ve had a few questions come up lately around when Lync 2010 polls Exchange for free/busy information and how/when presence state is updated based on your calendar.
Unlike the MAPIPoll Interval and Web Service Poll Interval parameters, the Calendar State Publication Interval parameter must be set in number of seconds.
So to set it to 5 minutes, the cmdlet would be Set-Cs Client Policy -Calendar State Publication Interval 300.
If you It is important to have as few delegates as possible, preferably none.
While delegates can be very helpful, they dramatically increase the probability of missing appointments, duplicated meetings, unseen invitations, and conflicting attendance responses.