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Lync Access without E3 Subscription?

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I am testing 365 for our employee base and have a question. While my demo 30 day access is for the E3 level of access, and there is a portion of our employee base which would have this level of access, there is also a level which we'd like to provide E1 access to. My question is, that when I attempted to install lync (on my E3 demo account) it forced me to install an Office 2010 Professional Plus Subscription (even though I already had Office 2010 Professional (not plus) on my pc.

My question is, how will E1 account holders be able to install and utilize lync to create meetings without having a Office Professional Plus 2010 subscription. Is lync accessible to users who would have an E1 level of access, and if so, how do they install it. I tried to install Lync FIRST, but it wouldn't sign-in, instead referring me back to the installation steps which started with the Office Plus install.


Frank Walsh

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