Use Phonebook smartphone with Cisco Jabber

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Oct 9th, 2013
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I have a smartphone with Cisco Jabber to be connected against a UC500. I use it to make calls in the office and working properly. The problem that I have with Cisco Jabber is that I can not use the address book.

The problem is that to make a call you need to dial a prefix namely 0, and the smartphone's address book does not have that 0 included. Can you help me to solve this issue? What alternatives are there to avoid having to dial the phone manually for each call?


Best Regards

Correct Answer by jfernandorosa about 3 years 10 months ago

Hi Pedro,

In UC500 do you can use a Cor List for restrict and permit access to especific dial-peer (link below), and use digit manipulation in dial-peer and voice translation rules for include or excluded (0).


J Rosa

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heuristicsol Thu, 10/10/2013 - 01:05
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I've been checking the links but I think there are none that adapete to what I need.

I mean call from the local address book with Cisco Jabber smartphone, and also connects against a UC500.

Any other place to look? , Another possible solution??


best regards

jfernandorosa Thu, 10/10/2013 - 06:17
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Hi Alfredo,

You can create (PT, CSS for mobile and route patters that do not begin with "0") for this purpose, and add them later if necessary.


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