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Old 07-18-2011   #1
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Default Phonebooks

Is there any way, besides creating a manual source, to remove or hide endpoints in the TMS and/or Movi phonebooks. I hate to have to manually update sources everytime there is a change.
Reason is we have several stroke carts registered in TMS, and the CISO does not want them in the phonebooks.
They don't want autoanswer off either.
To further complicate this, there are 2 separate companies sharing the TMS, the hospital and the school, so changes in the phonebooks(ie new systems) could be missed.
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I would guess you are using the default TMS phone book source "All Systems", which will populate the phone book source with all endpoints in the TMS.

What you can and should do, is to use several phone book sources for individual folders in TMS.
Then use those phone book sources to populate phone books.
In this way you can very exactly tell which systems go into which phone book, and which phone book to set on a system. All this without loosing the automatic population of phone books.

The TMS phone book function is a bit tricky to learn, but once you understand how it works, it will be logical and easy to work with.

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Thanks, I never noticed that. Works great. Any suggestions on provisioning? They also want the telemedicine endpoints out of that phonebook, but still sip registered.

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forget the provisioning question, they backed down on that.
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