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IPOCC Outbound-Dialer: How to import, from csv-file, more than two numbers for jobs?

IPOCC Outbound-Dialer: How to import, from csv-file, more than two numbers for jobs?

IPOCC Outbound-Dialer: How to import, from csv-file, more than two numbers for jobs?

(OP)
I need to import many phone-numbers in outbound-dialer of IPOCC , from csv files. Using odcsvimp.exe only 30 characters are available to specify phone-numbers, therefore are about 2/3 max phone-numbers.
With manual input, from the User-Interface client, we can add many numbers correctly.

Does anyone know any other way to get this?
Thanks in advance

RE: IPOCC Outbound-Dialer: How to import, from csv-file, more than two numbers for jobs?

Hi,

Import contact manual

Create file: contact.txt

CustomerNo
Name
BusinessPhone
BusinessPhone
BusinessPhone
BusinessPhone
BusinessPhone


Create file: contact.csv

CustomerNo;Name;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone
CustomerNo;Name;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone
CustomerNo;Name;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone
CustomerNo;Name;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone
CustomerNo;Name;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone;BusinessPhone

RE: IPOCC Outbound-Dialer: How to import, from csv-file, more than two numbers for jobs?

(OP)
Hi,
thank you but in Avaya-documentation, and with our tests, the correct fields are (in the txt file):
- Telephone-Numbers --> DestinationNumber
- Contact-Name --> CallTag(name)

The separator between the different fields is be comma , instead the separator between the numbers is the semicolon ;

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