Answers to your questions

Frequently asked questions
My history files have weird symbols in them, why?
Communicator 2007R2 saves history in HTML format, all previous versions were plain text. The latest LCSMH release has an option to name the files with a HTML extension so they open with your web browser and are displayed properly.
Does this program work with MOC 2007?
Yes! The 3.0 release supports both 2005 and 2007 (thanks to Patrick M. Farrell for his research, code contributions, and testing).
Will this program save my history if I'm using the Web interface to LCS?
No, this program only supports auto-history with the Microsoft Office Communicator 2005 or 2007 program, not the Web interface.
I'm getting a COM error with an error code of 8007000e (2005) or 80080411 (2007), what's this all about?
This happens when LCSMessengerHistory is started before MOC, and thus the COM server for MOC's API is not initialized. Just start up MOC first, then LCSMessengerHistory should start up without a problem. If you find this is not the case, let me know.
LCSMessengerHostory won't start (non-COM error messages), what can I do?
Some have found that re-installing MOC has resolved this issue. It's possible that the Communicator API is not properly configured on their system and the reinstall resolved that. Others have found that they needed to install Microsoft DotNet 2.0 (if they didn't have it already), or in rare cases re-install it. Note that the 3.0 releases requires DotNet 3.5.
Where is the history stored for persistent chat rooms (PCR)?
PCRs are implemented in the MOC client (and the LCS server) as single-party conversations, with the PCR being the other party. PCR history is stored using the contact name of the PCR, which is not the same as the display name. PCR contact addresses are assigned by the PCR administrator.
Am I allowed to use this program in a commercial setting?
Yes, you are free to use the program for personal and/or business use.
Where can I find licensing information?
This program is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL)