My employer uses Lync for all of our desk phones, and one of the features of Lync is that you can set your phone number to forward to another, say your cell or home phone.
To do so, you have to click on a dumb little icon in the lower left corner of the window, and select that from a (short) menu (one menu entry prompts you for a phone number, if you don't have one set).
Is there any way to script that functionality, either on a computer with or without Lync installed? Ideally, there's some perl module that can fake this (when provided with a username/password)... but if it was a windows bat script that only worked if the machine had Lync installed I could make use of that too.
I poked around in the DLLs that Lync uses, hoping I could cobble something together with rundll32.exe, but it's a maze of twisty passages. If there is a management web page that Lync server allows someone to change that stuff from, our server admins never installed it.
Does anyone have any ideas?