Microsoft® Office Live Meeting

Web Conferencing Solution for Meetings

June 30, 2011 - Microsoft discontinues sale of Live Meeting. InterCall will provide support and service through the end of your contract.
Important Info

Microsoft Office Live Meeting and Lync Online Dual Licensing

If you have a valid license for Microsoft Office Live Meeting you can request Lync Online accounts at no additional cost. If you’re interested in getting started just let your representative know you’re ready. Learn more about Microsoft Lync Online »


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InterCall offers FREE web conference training programs that provide information — from the most basic to more advanced — using Live Meeting. Each session is limited to ten participants, so you get the hands-on learning experience you need to use Live Meeting in a safe environment.

Our trainers have years of web conferencing experience so you can be sure you are learning from the best!

We recommend you participate in the Live Meeting courses in the following, sequential order:

  1. Managing Your Live Meeting Account This is a great session if you schedule meetings using Live Meeting. We will walk you through all of the basics of managing your account.
  2. Basic Live Meeting Leader Training If you lead meetings and would like an introduction to the basic meeting features, this is the course for you.
  3. Intermediate Live Meeting Leader Training If you lead meetings and want to learn more about the intermediate features to lead your web conference, this course provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to be successful.
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Client and Add-in Downloads for Live Meeting 2007

Download the Live Meeting 2007 client, or download add-ins to add new functionality to Live Meeting 2007.

  • How can I access my Live Meeting account?

    To log into Live Meeting, visit or your branded web site (i.e. Enter your user login and password.

  • How many participants can join my Live Meeting meeting?

    Live Meeting supports up to 1250 participants per session.

  • What additional user guides and resources are available for Live Meeting?

    Complete step-by-step user guides, training information and sign-up for demos can be found on the Training & Resources pages.

  • What is my "CC"?

    CC stands for Conference Center. CC is a virtual location for your company’s meetings on Live Meeting and forms part of the web address that you need to either join a meeting or log into your account. When you set up the Outlook Plug-in, it will start by checking your preferences. You need to tell it what your conference center name is, e.g.

  • I am not able to download any add-ins to my desktop. What would cause this to happen?

    It is possible that your network administrator has stopped computers connected to the corporate network from downloading specific types of files. Before trying to download any of the add-ins, you should contact your local IT helpdesk and check whether you need to get them to either download it or even install it as there could be a security policy in place to stop normal users from doing this.

  • The download is complete but I don’t see the icons in Outlook. What steps do I need to take so they appear?

    To make the icons appear:

    • Confirm that the version of Outlook you are running is supported.
    • Check in your View > Toolbars option to see if the menu is listed but not selected. If it is not listed there, go to the control panel (in the Start menu of Windows®) and open Add or remove programs.
    • Check to see that the Microsoft Office Live Meeting Add-In Pack is installed. If not, try to reinstall the pack. Make sure that Outlook is completely closed before you do so.
    • Open Outlook and click Help, then select About Outlook. There is a button at the bottom of this page labeled Disabled Items. Click this. If LMAddin is in the disabled list, re-enable it and restart Outlook.

  • What are the system requirements?

    Ensure your setup is able to run Live Meeting. To use Live Meeting you need:

Ensure your setup is able to run Live Meeting. To use Live Meeting you need:

Component Requirement
Windows-Based Meeting Console

Windows VistaTM operating system, 32-bit (RTM)

Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2 (SP2)

Windows 2000 Professional Service Pack 4 (SP4)

Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1

Web-Based Meeting Console
PC Users:
Windows Vista (RTM), Windows XP SP2 or SP1a, Windows 2000 SP4, or Windows 98 Second Edition (SE)

Internet Explorer® 6.0 (SP1 or SP2)  with Microsoft JVM (1.1), Sun® 1.5.11 or 1.6.x

Internet Explorer 7 with Sun® 1.5.11 or 1.6.x

Mac Users:
Mac OSX 10.3 or 10.4
Safari 1.3TM or Safari 2.0TM with Apple® JavaTM 1.4.2
Solaris Users:
Solaris 10SM
Mozilla 1.7 with Sun® 1.5.x
Bandwidth 56Kbps or better 

Presenter: 1024 x 768 pixels or higher resolution monitor

Attendee: 800 x 600 pixels or higher resolution monitor (1024 x 768 or higher recommended)

Recording Playback

Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2002 presentation graphics program or later, or Microsoft Office Standard Edition or Professional Editions (which includes PowerPoint software) to upload presentations

Flash Player version  8 or 9 or higher to view Flash and multi-media data content slides

Windows Media® technologies player, version 9 or 10 (version is checked when the meeting client starts) to view Windows Media content in the meeting

Apple® QuickTime® 7 or higher to view Windows Media content in the meeting on Macintosh