We are in the process of updating Owner user id and Subscribe CSS under the phones.It can be done by exporting all the phone details edit both the fields , import and do insert all phones.While doing this 0's before CFWD and speed dial not gets detected and i need to add it manually :-(.
Please let me know is there any way so that we can update only certain fields for the phone without going thro above method.
Are you trying to edit the exported file in Microsoft Excel?
If so it will it try to strip the leading '0' from a string of numbers!
Rather than opening it directly e.g. File, Open. Create a new blank workbook, then use the 'Get External Data' wizard, choosing text and comma delimited. You can specify your CFWD field as 'Text' this will stop the digit stripping.
When you open the file in Excel does it look correct? I just did a quck test with a CSV file. If I open it directly the digits are stripped. If I use the 'Get external data' method it looks correct. If I do a 'Save as' from Excel and choose 'CSV (Comma delimited)', then open the file in notepad I can see that it is correct and has the leading 0's in place. Obviously if I open the new file in Excel direclty the digits are stripped by again!
You can do a bulk administration, phones, update phones by query, but this is only really useful if you want to update a bunch of phones with the same setting.
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