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Yealink T48G setting up for use with Skype for Business Account
Q: I am new to VoIP system and have a Yealink T48G phone. How do I get this to work with a Skype for Business account? Please help guide me through the setup for this. I need to set up several phones.
A: Do you have a Lync account already set up on the network? You also should be running the latest firmware version for it to interact with Skype.
Q: What is a Lync account and how do I go about setting this up on a network? If I had a Lync account, would the phone automatically connect? Which version of the firmware should I be using?
A: Your organization must fill out an application form from Yealink and send in the MAC address of the phones. They will in return send you a license key and firmware for your phones.
You may find the following links useful:
- Register form for Yealink UC Edition Firmware
- Download the firmware
- Get the license of Skype for Business
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