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We need to set up an XML phonebook for our yealink phones to look at for contacts. Is it possible for us to use the Kerio Operator box to host this, maybe using Apache?
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Hi,

you can upload the xml file to /var/tftp/ < http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-operator/phone-provisionin g/uploading-configuration-files-to-kerio-operator-tftp-serve r-1014.html>

The file can then be accessed using tftp, ftp and http protocols.

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Thanks Filip, I've tested this on our own Kerio system and it works fine, but when trying this on one of our client's Kerio box, it doesn't seem to work?

I have created the file phonebook.xml in their tftp directory, and can even browse it and see it from a computer on the network, but the Yealink phones won't see it, I get "Failed to download this remote phonebook!" message on the LCD of the phone when trying to browse the phonebook. Is there anything else I need to do to let the phones see the phonebook or should this work?
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For anyone having the same issue here, i managed to get around this by using https:// instead of http:// in the Yealink phonebook.xml filepath, although I'm not sure why this makes a difference
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