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Recent releases of Server app in OSX (perhaps > 10.9 ) do not include an interface for entering phone numbers that can be queried by LDAP.

As a workaround I am using Apache Directory Studio to add phone numbers after creating LDAP user accounts in Server app.

But, this is clunky and needs various different versions of java which i hate to install on my OD server.

So... Is there a better/easier way to add phone numbers in OSX Open Directory that can be queried by our Operator phones?.

Alternatively, do any recent updates to Kerio Connect allow it to be used effectively as a directory for Operator phones?

Many thanks,

Kerio/GFI Brian

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If it's an Android based phone you could install the Kerio Connect sync app. I installed it on my Grandstream GXV3275.
http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/email-clients/mobi le-devices/kerio-connect-sync-app-for-android-devices-1699.h tml
Another option is to initiate calls from a desktop OS using either the click to call plugin, the Kerio Operator Softphone, or Kerio Connect Client.
http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/email-clients/keri o-connect-client/making-calls-from-kerio-connect-client-1607 .html

Brian Carmichael
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These are SNOM phones located around the building. They are not located near desktop computers.

They reach out to our Open Directory server.

Any chance they could reach out to Kerio Connect instead?

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Operator can be configured to provision the phones with directory services. The use of public directory of Kerio Connect is one of the options.

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