Microsoft Communicator 2005 Basics

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Microsoft Office Communicator
Microsoft Outlook 2007
Office Commmunications Server
Microsoft Office Communicator 2005 installed on my computer. Does this program automatically save conversations or do I have to set that up? If automatically stored, where, exactly are they? I don't have a third party software for this.  Outlook 2007 is installed on my computer, but I cannot find any conversation history folder.  I have not been able to find an answer on microsoft's website.  Thank you in advance

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Microsoft Office 2005, Outlook 2007

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Microsoft Office Communicator 2005 doesn’t have automatic client chat logging facility. But it is possible if u can click on save as email during the chat session. But during this time, u may forget to save.
Another way, u can use Instant Archive Viewer for LCS/OCS. For IAV, please link <a href=”http://www.instant-tech.com/Archive_Viewer_OCS.cfm”>Here</a>

OR

Also u may try to activate a logging feature of Outlook 2007, so that Communicator writes a chat-log into an Outlook folder. Thus you can view your chat log in Outlook.

OR
U can use “<i>MOC Client Logger</i>” a small tool, that fulfills ur purpose. Just download and after install u can do what u want ! This link is <a href=”http://www.kellerinc.net/”>Here</a>

Please update me on further proceed.

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