We've been running CME for a while here now, but for some reason, the Local Directory refuses to display on the 7905 and 7912 phones. This has remained consistent through different phone firmware versions and CME upgrades.
The directory works fine on the 7940 & 7960 phones, but on the 7905 & 7912s, there is no "Local Directory" option - just "missed calls", "received calls", "placed calls" and "speed dial".
One thing I've noticed is that on the 7940/7960, the directories URL is visible under settings - http://x.x.x.x:80/localdirectory whereas on the 7905/7912, it's blank.
Forcing this directories URL under the telephony-service config makes no difference.
Is the local directory supposed to be supported on the 7905/7912? Any hints as to why it may not be working?
Thanks for the further advice. I just tried 8.0.2 and 8.0.3 from the 7900 firmware download area and these also had the same problem - no directory and the directory URL setting under network configuration is blank.
I should correct my earlier post also - these are 7905G & 7912Gs - not 7905/7912's - though I expect this makes little difference. (yes, I've been loading the G firmware)
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