Our customers would like to use a special function: he wants that some phone can call only numbers presents on the memory of the phone. In other words he would like to avoid that an user can call outside the list of the permitted (memorized) numbers.
Is it possible?
He is using a CCM 3.3 and ip-phones 7902, 7912, 7920 and 7940.
Associate the number patterns with a partition and assign the phones to a Calling Search space that is limited to only that partition. It's not really on the memory of the phone, but it will restrict calls to only those predefined numbers.
>he wants that some phone can call only numbers >presents on the memory of the phone.
You do realize that if "present on the memory" refers to "called numbers", those cannot be read by any application and they are lost as soon as the phone is reset. There are two other possibilities that you could mean: the user's personal phonebook, or the company phonebook.
But either way, call barring has to be done the way the previous poster pointed out.
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