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TMS phonebook - need for an end-user view

Hello,

I would like to know if there's a way to give end users a user-friendly direct view on the TMS phonebook.

I have requests from end-users to have a view at the list of all our endpoints/rooms in the company.

I could give them the link to the TMS webpage itself and tell them to go to Phonebooks menu.... but it is not user friendly. Not only the [view contacts] window is not very user oriented but it is too many clicks away.

Is there a way (link, API...) to give direct access to the [view contacts] view of a TMS phone book?

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TMS phonebook - need for an end-user view

I am not 100% sure what you want to see.

If you have access to a recent MXP or TC (C/EX/MX/SX) endpoint you can go to that

webinterface and also check out the phonebooks provisioned.

Besides this and the TMS view there is no direct view I am aware off.

I am not aware that there is an official API, but at least the routines for access

must exist somehow for the endpoints.

You can export all your phonebooks/endpoints/provisioning to ldap or text files and then

do some magic with a script to present it in a file or web based or whatever you need format.

There are also some providers of external phonebooks like https://www.seevia.me/

Besides that, its always worth to exactly describe what you need and file a feature request.

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TMS phonebook - need for an end-user view

If you are trying to create a user friendly web version of the phonebook - no this is not easily accomplished with the TMS GUI - it is intended to be the administrators management interface.

There is no public API for listing the directory either.  But what you might pursue is creating a rendered page of the TMS phonebook being exported.

You can create a phonebook source for TMS directory that exports to a structured file... then write a webpage that would parse and display that content.

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