Our company outfitted us with Ciscos 7960 phones. To my - and my colleagues - huge surprise it has the option of listing missed, received and placed calls, but no phonebook functionality where you can just edit and save phonenumbers by yourself? For such a large, clunky and certainly not very cheap kind of telecommunication device that appears to me... let's say it nicely: rather odd. I mean, every primitive landline device that can be purchased in an electronic store for private use has that kind of option. Any suggestions? Extra software to be downloaded for that?
Can't tell you anything about a CUCM Version, since I don't find that information on the phone - but anyhow, an address book application should be installed in such a device as standard, i consider something like that really not as "fancy" add-on application but a basic which is a MUST. My adress book just lets me search for entries, but not save them. That's some clever programming.
Listen, it's a PHONE - that kind of stuff should be installed when it comes out of the box. We're not talking about a high-end workstation here and I expect a product like a telephone to have that functionality without first taking a degree in informatics first. BAD PRODUCT DESIGN.BAD.
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