Is there an easy was to translate CDR data into something easily understood?
I had to pull the to/from call records for a particular extension during a certain month long time frame and parse it by hand in excel to clean it up sorted by date/time so that a non technical staff member could understand it without me translating. Some one suggested Cisco VLT but I don't think it's for this kind of data
I'm specifying a single DN and time frame. I use the send function to email the file to myself. The output is a .txt file that to anyone else but me is confusing. Even placed in Excel it is tedious to parse the data for what the user needs much less make it readable to a non tech person.
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