Matching Rules for Skype for Business & Teams Meetings

Matching Rules in Synergy JOIN will search the email for characters that are similar to you Skype invitation and will provide you with a OBTP option on your endpoint.

The matching rules in JOIN allow you to define how calendar bookings should be processed.

 

Configure the General Rules as follows:

Field Description
Internal email domains Specify a comma separated list of the email domains your organization uses. This list is used to determine whether a meeting room invitation is sent from an internal or external user. It is also used to determine which users are internal and external when sending out connection information emails. (e.g. synergysky.com, synergysky.eu, synergysky.us)

 

Skype for Business Matching Rule Microsoft Teams Matching Rule
1. Click on the 'Add Rule' dropdown box and choose 'Skype URI in Headers' 1. Click on the 'Add Rule' dropdown box and choose 'Teams URI in Headers'
2. Add a Priority. The lowest number gives the highest priority. (E.g. 5 is processed before 10). 2. Add a Priority. The lowest number gives the highest priority. (E.g. 5 is processed before 10).
3. Select 'Add'. 3. Select 'Add'.
4. Click on the 'Add Rule' dropdown box and choose 'Skype URI in Body' 4. Click on the 'Add Rule' dropdown box and choose 'Teams URI in Body'
5. Add a Priotry 5. Add a Priotry
6. Select 'Add' 6. Select 'Add'

 

The Skype URI matching rules will scan the header and/or the body of the email to find the URI of the Skype meeting

NOTE: This function requires Synergy JOIN to have access over HTTPS to the Skype server where the meeting is hosted; either directly or via a proxy server.

 

Once you are confident your Regex Rules are set correctly, click 'Save'.

Remember to Select 'Save Changes *' at the bottom right hand corner

 

Now go ahead and start booking test meetings in Synergy JOIN

If you would like to enable extra functions such as enabling recordings services, Skype IVR service or enabling the built in Exchange Emulator, you can follow additional steps here