ShoreTel has begun field trials of its plug-in for IBM Lotus Sametime, the company said in a news release. The plug-in, being demonstrated at this week's Lotusphere 2009 conference in Orlando, includes call control and management features of ShoreTel's ShoreWare Call Manager end-user application suite. With the plug-in for Lotus Sametime, companies can integrate voice capabilities throughout their IBM Lotus collaboration applications, providing new ways to increase productivity and collaboration without requiring users to learn a new program or change their habits. ShoreTel announced in March, 2008 it was working with IBM to integrate technologies that allow customers to access ShoreTel's telephony features from within their Lotus Sametime application. The plug-in requires ShoreWare CSTA server, ShoreTel 7.5 or above, and IBM Lotus Sametime 8.0.1. Lotus Notes and Domino 8.0 is required for the click-to-dial capability from within Lotus Notes and Domino. There was no word on when the plug-in will be commercially

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