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Convert or move saved contacts from 1000MXP to EX90

Is there a way to convert and/or move saved contacts from a Tandberg 1000MXP(SW Ver F9.1PAL) to the Cisco EX90 (TC6.1.1.7) without using some sort of manager like a TMS?                 

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Re:Convert or move saved contacts from 1000MXP to EX90

Don't know if there's a 3rd party app which can do that for you, but no, it's otherwise no simple way to do this as the file formats are completely different.
You might, in the end, have to manually enter the contact details manually into the EX.

/jens

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Re:Convert or move saved contacts from 1000MXP to EX90

If you, or someone else is able to do some scripting to massage the output from one codec in to a format the other can understand, you could do it.

The phonebook on the MXPs can be downloaded via the web interface (Endpoint Configuration, Files, Click on Directory).

That'll give you the phonebook from that device  if the format:

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 Name: "Entry Number 1"

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 Number: "111111"

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 SecondNumber: ""

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 SubAddress: ""

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 CallRate: Auto

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 Restrict: Off

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 1 NetProfile: 1

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 Name: "Entry Number 2"

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 Number: "222222"

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 SecondNumber: ""

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 SubAddress: ""

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 CallRate: Auto

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 Restrict: Off

*c xDirectory LocalEntry 2 NetProfile: 1

...

You'd then need to massage it in to a format the TC series codec can understand:

xCommand Phonebook Contact Add Name:"Entry Number 1" Number:111111

xCommand Phonebook Contact Add Name:"Entry Number 2" Number:222222

...

Then you can just copy and paste this in to the CLI of the device.

Wayne

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