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Snom 870 / Domain adress book


marsbewohner
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Hi,

 

is there a flag which allows that if the users open the domain adressbook on their phones, all the domain entries become instanly displayed, sorted alphabetical by the name? At the moment you have to press at least one letter to display everything that fits into that range, which already caused some internal tickets because "the adressbook is not available!!!". :rolleyes:

 

I can understand that this would cause some heavy traffic on larger installations, but for small ones (~100 user) it would come very handy.

 

Thanks,

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In addition, it seems that this could be firmware related, because when I press A for example to display all entries that start with A and delete it afterwards, the whole domain adressbook is displayed and I can scroll through it. So the only change that needs to be applied is to load the domain adress book instantly instead of triggering manually (eg pressing a letter) for it.

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Well we had customers that uploaded 40000 address book entries into the domain. The problem with the search functionality is that they easily trigger a table scan, which can be a major burden for the PBX. That is th ebiggest problem that I see with LDAP (and other search methods). Honestly, if the phone gets screwed up because it has to scan 40000 entries that is not our (PBX) problem, and it does not affect a central network component and it is only one user suffering.

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But on the other hand, this should be a very limited issue and in case someone really does this it should be solvable with better hardware for the PBX...

 

Or it could be limited to something like 200 entries per session, which means that for small companies everything would be available when opening the phonebook, and in scenarios with a larger database it will display the first 200 entries and everything beyond has to be cut down based on the letters the user types in. I guess no one would scroll a 40000 entries adressbook to look for entries that can assumend to be at the end of the list ;)

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