Reference13r2:PBX/Objects/User

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With the User PBX object, the standard subscriber of the innovaphone PBX is configured.

Do Not Disturb
No calls are sent to the user if set. Can be set by 'External UC' applications (e.g. Estos Procall)
Hide Connected Endpoint
In some cases it is desireable not to reveal the final destination of a call to a caller. For example a call center agent should not be called directly by the customer or to suppress call forwarding destinations.
Call forward based on Presence
enables use of forwarding based on presence. Typically set via ProfileApp. Feature description see here
Home Screen Apps
Comma separated list of applications to be displayed at myApps-homescreen. New lines are indicated by ':' . Application names must match with respective App-object-name. Definition typically is made via myApps or UsersAdminApp.

In addition to these options, all those that can be set for a Reference13r2:PBX/Objects/Config_Template object can be set for a User object too.

General Configuration Options

The information about general configuration options shared by all objects can be found at Reference13r2:PBX/Objects.

Configuration Options which can be defined by a Template

Some of the configuration options of a user object can be defined by Templates. More information about these options can be found at Reference13r2:PBX/Objects/Config_Template

DECT configuration options

The following details are entered in the DECT section and are therefore only relevant for DECT handset registrations:

  • Gateway: The system name (Name) of the IP DECT device.
  • Display: A variable text that is output on the IP DECT handset display.
  • IPEI: The serial number of the IP DECT handset. Is required for unique registration of an IP DECT handset.
  • AC (Access Code): It is also possible to allocate an access code (a kind of PIN), which protects the IP DECT handset against unauthorised use.
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