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Update (2 Dec 2011) - See related blog post for the Windows graphical version Beta Preview.
Have you ever wondered how much (Lync voice) time you actually used or logged today, this week or last month? Questions like … did I make more Lync calls or chalk up excessive voice minutes in international, long-distance PSTN phone calls? How much time did I spend talking to someone (or so-and-so) over a period of time? What is the average number of participants in the Lync conversations or telephone conference calls that I take part in? Where can I find a useful tool to generate an executive report to capture such information in an easy to use data file format to help justify Return of Investment (ROI)? … may constantly pop up from end-users and management alike.
If you ever asked one or more questions/requirements along similar lines as described above, then Lync Voice Call Analyzer (Community Edition), a C# .NET client-side application that I developed during my own personal spare time, may just be the answer for you!