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I use a variety of phones as extensions, and of course I want to be able to use buttons and lamps as needed. I can't find any complete document that shows how to do this. For example: > in general, what phone features / settings does SnomONE support? How do you select and map specific features? > how do you make a custom config file for a specific phone? there are a few SNOM phone files, but no notes about how to create your own file for any brand phone > what is the file format for PnP? I think it's html, but what is the internal format? > how do you map a button to a function / feature? for example, how do you determine the button's internal number? What set of features is available? > how do you config shared appearances; for example, - a busy-lamp field [bLF]? - shared line appearances? > how do you use a smart screen such as several phones from Grandstream, Panasonic, Yaelink and others have? I assume there's an XML mapping scheme, but where? How can you pass-through Internet/Web applications to the screen? > how do you display a scrollable / searchable contact list, with edit features at the phone? I realize there are bits, pieces and hints in various places, but it takes forever to glean this stuff. There should be a document. Dave
Hi, Up until today, every customer went happy with the scheme of pressing "Enter" to send out a call and I had been able to make my "simple" dial plans directing calls to trunks according to the first digits of a call. Now, a new prospect wants "automatic" dialing. I mean, they do not want to press enter to send out a call. After reading the wiki, I understand that I could use regular expressions but that should be done on the phone, not on the pbx. Problem being, after plug and play, there isn't a field in the GUI of the phone to do such a thing, so I am lost in the woods. Here, All national long distance is 12 digits and all start with the digits 01. All international long distance start with 00 and in the special case of the USA and Canada we know that in total (including the 00) the digits will be 13, for other countries is impossible to anticipate how many digits and the call would have to be sent out after a few seconds of waiting for more digits to be entered. All cellular, regardless of local or long distance, start with 04 and have 13 digits in total (including the 04) and any other trunk call (non extension) would have to be a local call and those are 8 digits. How can I tackle this request? Regards,