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Lg iPECS eMG80: Ldap directory could be checked for incoming call?

Lg iPECS eMG80: Ldap directory could be checked for incoming call?

Lg iPECS eMG80: Ldap directory could be checked for incoming call?

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Hi,
actually we use the System Speed Dial to get the caller names on the stations screens.
Now, after buying some UCS license, we connected a LDAP Phonebook (on ActiveDirectory) to our UCS clients and we can saearch and call the contacts, but i would like to know if the eMG80 could check against a ldap server instead of the system speeed dial for the caller name, so i can stop to update the system speed dial manually (the ldap phonebook is updated automatically from our LoB application)

RE: Lg iPECS eMG80: Ldap directory could be checked for incoming call?

in short no .

also Lg have just announced that they have dropped the EMG80 platform and as of december this year they will no longer be making any . they will still be doing software for the next couple years .

but i expect them to announce the drop of the phones shortly as well .

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