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Speed Dial

Speed Dial

Speed Dial

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I have imported a large directory into an IP office 406 which is great for display handsets but no so good for non-display phones. As the non-display phones also need access to the speed dials i have created the following short codes:

*SD100
xxxxx
Dial

This works fine so here comes the question.

Is there a quick way to do this as i have about 1000 entries?

Can you read the export in another software program as raw data so it can be cut/paste etc?

RE: Speed Dial

You can easily import and export the dirctory to a standard csv file. Then use something like excel to make the amendments.

I normally recommend 200-300 numbers for the directory, any more will make the config size a tag too large. With so many entries, it would be easier to setup TAPI to function with Outlook. Assuming they are using Outlook and Exchange.

Routermad

RE: Speed Dial

Although the directory can be imported & exported there is no "easy" way to import or export the shortcodes you require

I would sugest it is about time Avaya added a speed dial number field to the directory entry this may already have been logged as a feature request )

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