Yes, the problem persists with the now recent rc8.
But I made the following discovery:
The headset consists (like this is usual for this kind of headsets) of the 
headset itself with a cord ending in a QD-plug (quick disconnect) and I can 
then choose the cable I need for my purpose; for example, I also own a cable 
for my PBX desk phone.

My ThinkPad detects the headset mic if i connect solely the cable,
disconnected from the headset first and then connect the headset via the
QD-plug afterwards.

Again, on the same machine running Windows (7) and the other tested
devices this problem doesn't occur.

** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Confirmed

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