Blue Jeans Relay = Your Life Made Easy! (Video)

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Blue Jeans Relay Enables Touch-to-Join Meetings

Blue Jeans Relay is a software solution that integrates customer-premise components and applications with the Blue Jeans cloud. Relay Touch, the first solution powered by Blue Jeans Relay, integrates calendar applications, conference room systems, and everyday tablet computers to make joining a Blue Jeans meeting easy and automatic.


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Benefits of Relay Touch
  • Touch-to-join: a fast and foolproof way to join a Blue Jeans meeting
  • Displays all scheduled meetings for the configured conference room
  • Provides the same, simple join process for room systems from multiple vendors
  • Works with most H.323 and SIP-based video conferencing room systems
  • Free for current Blue Jeans customers with paid accounts
Blue Jeans Relay Works With:
  • Most Cisco/Tandberg (non-CTS) systems
  • Polycom HDX
  • Polycom RealPresence
  • Lifesize Icon, Room, and Express systems

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#AWESOME
Works only with Android....
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For now, yes.  We will have an iOS version for the in-room app (the smallest part of relay BTW) in the summer.
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Very excited for this Tedd! Nicely done :) Looking forward to implementing at Wikia with the iOS release.
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Wow, Android before iOS...that's a first. Will look forward to trying this when it's available for iOS.
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Yup, totally on the way! 
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Chuck Wong

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Video doesn't exist
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Not sure why the video link is broken, but here's a new link to the video:

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Joseph Ng

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It will be nice if the BJN relay can support not only to a resource-based mailbox but a public folder calendar type.
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Thanks for the idea, Joseph. I've added this to our task tracker.
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Hi Joseph,

Relay now supports Exchange public folder calendars when you update your Listener Service to version 2.6.0.

You can set an Endpoint's Calendar ID in the Relay admin UI/API to the public folder path; for example, if you have a public calendar called "My Calendar" inside a top-level public folder called "All Public Calendars", you would set the Calendar ID to \All Public Calendars\My Calendar.

If you don't see your calendar events appearing, make sure the public folder permissions in Exchange are set to allow the Relay user to read the public folders.
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John Padilla

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is there an article how get this on Cisco Touchpad?
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Pushing scheduled meetings to Cisco touchpads is covered in Step 7 of the Relay Getting Started guide.