Let me tell you in advance that I can configure all kinds of speed dials/buttons using CLI.
My problem is that I want the end-user to configure his/her speed dials themselves, not using CLI
First there is the CME-GUI which only supports SCCP phones and is really old (2007) and from what I understand is dead.
Second we have CCP express, which does not support telephony as I can not see telephony related configuration (I might do something wrong)
Third we have CCP (windows application) here I can configure quite a lot, but I can't find speed dial configuration, and I am not sure if there is an "end-user" page, so end-user can't destroy configuration.
Fourth there is CCA, but this program only works for UC5XX products as I understand.
It seems that I can configure something directly using the phone, but this is old style SMS/Texting configuration, not really user friendly.
So, is there a way for CME users to configure their OWN phone with speed dials using a graphical user interface?
For CM we have the end-user page and this works quite well.
No CME GUI supports sip phone , you can not manage sip through cme gui. The best option that you have is to upgrade you cme gui to support sccp phones and let sip phones to use their phone UI to set their extra services.
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