Communication Policies are the foundation of your Ethical wall. Communication Policies define if and how Users and Groups can communicate with each other.
The following diagram summarizes parts of a Communication Policy:
For more details see Manage Communication Policies.
For information about different parts of a Communication Policy, see
Policies are defined between Participant A and Participant B groups. These are defined by combinations of
- Extensions - Phone numbers and SIP URIs
- Users - Individually with one or more extensions
- Groups - Groups of one or more users
- Addresses - Phone numbers, SIP URIs
- Domains - SIP domains
- Regular Expressions - number and SIP URI patterns
All Users/Groups/Extensions can be synchronized from Active Directory.
- Instant Messaging
- File Transfer
- Screen Sharing
- Data Share in Conference (Lync/SfB only)