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How can final users configure personal speed-dial on CME 8.1?

Posted on 2011-03-17
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Hello gents,

Do you know how final users can configure their personal speed-dials on the web GUI using Cisco CallManager Express 8.1?
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If they log into the web GUI with their own username/password they should be able to setup their personal speed dials. Else they should be able to do it right on the phone. Press Services button and see what's there..
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by:pliego86
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Hi Irmoore,

Can you please provide a HTTP link example to login to the WEB GUI?

If I go to a phone and press Services I just see Speed-Dial Buttons and Log-off.

Please advice.
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In Unity Express GUI, setup your users with a password.
Log into the UnityExpress url with the standard username/password

Under the Telephony Services in the CME, you should have a line like this:
url services http://<CUE IP Address>/voiceview/common/login.do

This will activate the services button on the phone which should give you a menu of choices.
You have to enable VoiceView Express in the CUE GUI (check the box to enable)
I'll get you some screenshots. My 8.x CUE is not functional right now. I have a 7.1 that works fine, but it looks totally different in 8.x
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Almost the very end of this it shows you how to add your own personal speed dials from the phone
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfdwENXxIDQ&feature=related
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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