Can no longer be used.
Instead this is how to do it.
If you want to have a look at your current policyes – NOTE: If you havent yet played with this only the default “global” policy wil be shown.
NOTE: This must be run in an online powershell against your SKYPE for Business online subscription.
If you need help to open such a shell please look here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn362795(v=ocs.15).aspx
To view current policyes run
When creating new policyes you have the choice to either make a Servicenumber policy, which will show a Servicenumber for outgoing calls, this could be an Autoattendant or a Call Queue.
OR you could choose to make the policy show “anonymous” meaning NO CallerId is presented.
To create a policy for servicenumbers type:
- Identity must be unique.
- ServiceNumber must be a valid Service Number in the Skype for Business Online Telephone Number Inventory.
- If CallerIdSubstitute is given as “Service”, then ServiceNumber cannot be empty
Set-CsCallingLineIdentity -Identity "CallerIDAnonymous -BlockIncomingPstnCallerID $true
Now finally - you want to make all this happen, meaning granting the policy to your users.
This is straightforward.
-PolicyName Anonymous -Identity email@example.com
Or by piping - so for instance.
AS always - HAPPY SKYPE'ing. :)