It by no means fails, once I use a headset to obtain calls in Lync or in Google Voice, I at all times miss them except my audio output is about to my speaker. I really feel like a weirdo sitting at my desk all day carrying a headset, it’s not like I work in a name middle or something. However Microsoft considered this and offered a cool function that allows you to get round this in Lync 2013.
To allow this function you’ll must open the Choices menu. You will get there by clicking the Gear button close to the toolbar on the prime of the Lync window.
From the Choices window click on on Audio Machine.
On the backside of the audio machine window there can be an possibility for a Secondary ringer. This function is disabled by default. Simply verify the field to allow it and choose your audio system from the drop down listing. You may additionally wish to verify “Unmute when my telephone rings” as it will be sure to hear a hoop even when your audio system are usually muted.
Click on OK to avoid wasting and also you’re accomplished! Now you’ll hear a hoop on each the headset and audio system every time somebody calls you utilizing Microsoft Lync.