You can use Outlook for Windows or Outlook on the web to schedule an online meeting using either Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams, depending on what's supported in your organization. If your account is configured for dial-in conferencing, the online meeting request will automatically include the phone number and conference ID.
FindTime is an add-in for Outlook that helps users reach consensus on a meeting time across companies. Once the meeting invitees have provided their preferred times, FindTime sends out the meeting invite on the user's behalf. If the Online meeting option is selected in FindTime, FindTime will schedule a Skype for Business or Microsoft Teams meeting. (FindTime will use whichever has been set by your organization as the default online meeting channel.)
The Teams Meeting add-in requires users to sign in to Teams using Modern Authentication. If users do not use this method to sign in, they'll still be able to use the Teams client, but will be unable to schedule Teams online meetings using the Outlook add-in. You can fix this by doing one of the following:
When users who are in Island mode schedule a meeting in Outlook, they typically expect to be able to choose whether to schedule a Skype for Business or a Teams meeting. In Outlook on the web, Outlook Windows, and Outlook Mac, users see both Skype for Business and Teams add-ins when in Islands mode by default. You can configure a Teams meeting policy setting to control whether users in Islands mode can only use the Teams Meeting add-in or both the Teams Meeting and Skype for Business Meeting add-ins.
As an admin, you can configure a Teams meeting policy setting to control which Outlook meeting add-in is used for users who are in Islands mode. You can specify whether users can only use the Teams Meeting add-in or both the Teams Meeting and Skype for Business Meeting add-ins to schedule meetings in Outlook.
Skype for Business includes an add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2010 and 2013 that allows you to schedule Skype for Business meetings directly from Outlook. Invitees, even those outside of Florida State University, will be sent a calendar invite with a link that will allow them to join remotely, even if they do not have Skype for Business or Lync installed. To schedule a Skype for Business meeting within Outlook, do the following:
If I enter my name and click "Join the meeting" my browser downloads SkypeForBusinessPlugin.pkg (md5sum = a4958d5aa5c7dbe17774bcd6e4492106). I can run this and choose to "Install for me only". After installation I see a new plug-in in ~/Library/Internet\ Plug-Ins called SkypeForBusinessPlugin-15.8.bundle, so the installation is apparently successful. The bundle ID is com.microsoft.skypeforbusiness.plugin. I don't know which browser this is for, but I assume it should work in Safari. When I go back to the same page after installing the plugin, I am either prompted to install the plugin again, or I get this error message:
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When you open SfB, a window should open similar to the one shown below. Note that there are icons for contacts, conversations, and meetings (your daily schedule). In the image below the CONTACTS and GROUPS tabs have been selected, as indicated by the light blue shading. 2b1af7f3a8