Sure. Each phone has a Directory URL setting. Normally this is blank and the phone uses the Enterprise Parameter to find the Corporate Directory. But if that field is filled, even filled with an invalid URL, the real corporate directory will not be available. Better yet, you can create a static directory of public numbers you would like those phone to have. If you like to know how to do that, just let us know.
1) Open up the web directory. This will by default be c:\Ciscowebs\IPPhoneServices\CCMCIP on the publisher (the same files are on the subscriber,if you'd rather). You should see a file called xmldirectory.asp in this folder. This is the "real" directory, or at least the menu pointing to it.
2) Create a copy of the xmldirectory.asp file. Rename the copy to something appropriate, like genericdir.asp. Then edit that file and look for the following line:
<% = getBaseURL() %>xmldirectoryinput.asp
Delete "xmldirectoryinput.asp". In it's place put in a new file name, something like genericdirlist.xml. Note the extension. You don't want to give this file a .asp extension.
The reason for this is that asp file are dynamically create when the phone requests them. The real xmldirectoryinput.asp file requests input to perform the search. While it's very possible to create a searchable list of static entries, that is beyond the scope of this post. What this will do is create a static list of up to 32 enties.
3) Save and close that file. Next create a text file with the name that you specified above. Edit that file and paste in the following:
Select Entry and Press Dial
Of course, edit the title and entry info to fit your purposes. You can add upto a total of 32 entries.
4) In the CCM admin page, go to the configuration for the phone you want to access this directory. In the Directory Field, under Exertnal Data Locations, enter the following:
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