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Snom 720/760 Phonebook (follow-up)

1. Tag "<number_type>"


After some testing I noticed that the values inside the <number_type> tags in the example are not working as expected.Every unknown value translates to "sip".


Working values are "mobile" and "home". With "business" or "work" I had no success.


Can you please add some documentation for the <number_type> tag to your wiki?


2. Phonebook sort order


After importing the modified "snom_phonebook.xml" I noticed that the sort order of the list is by "first_name", what is very unusual for Germany.

In the old format everybody could use the preferred form because there was only the tag <name>. With two separate tags there is an option missing to set the sort order.

Because the slave entries only use the tag <first_name> like for the member alias, we have now a mix of both variants.



Best Answer

Hi Thomas,


about the first question I replied on the old topic.


About the sorting order: we have this parameter: http://wiki.snom.com/Settings/tbook_sort allowing you to configure the sorting order of the internal addressbook.


Answer

Hi Thomas,


about the first question I replied on the old topic.


About the sorting order: we have this parameter: http://wiki.snom.com/Settings/tbook_sort allowing you to configure the sorting order of the internal addressbook.

Hi Pietro,


I'm still trying to get this thing done. I added <tbook_sort> tag to the <phone-settings> section of the provisioning script:

<tbook_sort perm="R">9</tbook_sort>

 and checked to phone settings after reprovisioning. The entry shows like this:

"tbook_sort&: 9"

So I guess it worked. "9" should sort by <last_name> so I expected at least any effect compared to no entry / default. But no.


Is it because the 720 / 760 phones behave different?


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