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Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

All of customers users need to be able to access a speed dial-list (which is a list of the # to their respective customers). How can this be achieved in UCM6.1? Not lookign to do individual speed dials per phone via buttons or abbreviated dialing, need the list.

thanks in advance,

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Re: Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

There are various third party poducts that can offer speed dial via the phone.

One cheapish one is Billy from StoneVoice

http://www.stonevoice.com/Products/ContactManagement/tabid/772/Default.aspx#df

I think you can get it on eval for a month.

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Re: Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

the only possible way i could see of achieving this would be to configure and create a personalized CUCM service which can do this, PAB and SD are configured per user and the only directory that all the users can access is the corporate directory that we provide by default

HTH

javalenc

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HTH

java

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Re: Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

Javalenc,

I understand how to create a service, but Am I correct the actual Speed Dial List would have to be put together via creating xml page? Do you have a recommended partner that can create this for a fee? Maybe Berbee or CMB Technologies?

Thanks, I promise to rate before closing out

Regards,

Re: Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

There are various third party poducts that can offer speed dial via the phone.

One cheapish one is Billy from StoneVoice

http://www.stonevoice.com/Products/ContactManagement/tabid/772/Default.aspx#df

I think you can get it on eval for a month.

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Re: Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

If the customers dial-plan doesn't include a #, or * for anything, we have used the * to prefix a 2 or 3 digit number that translates to the full number, i.e. create a translation pattern that translates *01 or *001 to 9(7 or 11 digits) depending if the call is local or long distance. User *01 if you have less than 100 Speed-Dials, or *001 if you have more than 100. Everyone can have access to this.

It's a pain to configure if you have a lot of numbers, because you can't do it with BAT, but it works.

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Re: Speed Dial List on UCM 6.1

we had a customer that required a "global" speed dial list so we used translation patterns to acheive this and send out a list of all SD numbers.

so basically. they new that #11 was 868667xxxx

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