I think it's pretty great that Sametime supports so many different ways to
do this based off of what expertise your company has. I worked with an
Exchange-only company to implement Sametime and include photos that we
imported from their badging system into a Notes Database using a
LotusScript agent. The customer was impressed that it was so flexible.

The point is there are so many options available that adding a field to a
form is almost the simplest thing one can do in order to get photos to work!


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On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 10:38 AM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Does anyone feel it's false advertising to show all this nice photo
support on people documents in Sametime when you have to add a custom
field in the address book to support it, it takes some work to get the
photo in there, adding it to ldap is a hoot and you have to modify a
series of xml files in Domino based community server to support it, and
further modification in WAS based meeting server to support it? What a
bunch of crud.

Rob Berendt
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