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In this page, you can see how to use the Local Addressbook Provider in Ozeki Phone System XE.
First of all login to Ozeki Phone System XE using your username and password (Figure 1).
Figure 1 - Login to Ozeki PBX
Select PBX Features and then the Addressbook menu (Figure 2).
Figure 2 - Select Addressbook
Click on the Providers button in the left menu to see the Local Addressbook Provider.
Figure 3 - Click on Providers
You will see the Local Addressbook and User Addressbook providers in the Addressbook Providers window. They are built in providers meaning they are added to Ozeki Phone System XE by default and you cant delete them (Figure 4).
Figure 4 - Default Contacts
You will notice that there aren't any entries in the default providers. There are two ways to add new entries to them, first you can add them one by one manually or you can import them from .CSV and .XML files. Let's take a look how you can add them manually first. Click on the Contacts button in the left menu (Figure 5).
Figure 5 - Click on Contacts
Select the Local Addressbook Provider in the Contacts window as you can see on Figure 6.
Figure 6 - Local Addressbook Provider
Once you have selected the local addressbook provider click on the Add contact button (Figure 7).
Figure 7 - Manual local contact adding
A window will open, where you can give the contact details. After you have given the necessary information that you can see on the following figure click on the OK button (Figure 8).
Figure 8 - Adding a new contact by hand
You will find yourself in the Contacts menu, select the Local Addressbook Provider just like on Figure 6. You should see the previously added contact (Figure 9).
Figure 9 - The example contact
This is how you can add a new contact by hand so let's see how you can import them. For this purpose click on the Import button in the left menu (Figure 10).
Figure 10 - The import menu
You can import the contacts from a .CSV or an .XML file as I have said earlier. I am going to show you how you can add contacts from an XML file, but it works the same way with a CSV file too. In case you dont know how the .xml file should look like you can download an example file (Figure 11).
Figure 11 - Example XML
After you have downloaded the example file click on the Browse file button (Figure 12).
Figure 12 - Browse xml
In the browse window select the downloaded XML file, that is named addressbookimportxml and click on Open (Figure 13).
Figure 13 - Open the example XML
After you have opened the XML file click on the Import button on the bottom of the screen (Figure 14).
Figure 14 - Click on import
The importation should have happened succesfully, to check it select the local addressbook provider just like on Figure 6, you should see three new contacts (Figure 15).
Figure 15 - The imported contacts
With this we are finished with the local addressbok provider so let's talk about some of the general featuers of the Addressbook itself. Click on Configure in the left menu, you configure the following things in it:
In the Caller ID pattern textbox you need to provide the parameter name to be replaced with the caller ID (Figure 16). The following parameters can be used here: $FirstName, $LastName, $Company, $Extra, $BusinessTel, $HomeTel, $OtherTel, $MobileTel, $Fax, $BusinessEmail, $HomeEmail, $OtherEmail, $BusinessAddress, $HomeAddress, $OtherAddress, $FullName, $PhoneNumber, $Email.
Figure 16 - Addressbook configuration
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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