Users

Users Configuration.

Importing Users

You may import your users using a csv comma separated file. Users and lines are automatically created.

How to import users

Once you have saved your file, you can import your users via the Services ‣ IPBX ‣ IPBX settings ‣ Users page by clicking on the plus button.

Import users

Import Users

Supported fields

Field Values Description
     
[section user] To add a user  
entityid int entity id (configuration menu) Must be a valid entityid
firstname * string User firstname
lastname string User lastname
language ** enum [‘de_DE’, ‘en_US’, ‘es_ES’, ‘fr_FR’, ‘fr_CA’] Locale Must be set if you add a voicemail
enableclient bool [0, 1] If set to 1, username and password fields have to be set
username string XiVO Client username
password string XiVO Client password
profileclient string XiVO Client profile defined in menu: Services > CTI server > Profiles
outcallerid string Customize outgoing caller id for this user
agentnumber string Associated agent number
mobilephonenumber string Mobile phone number
bosssecretary enum [‘no’,’boss’,’secretary’] Filter: Boss - Secretary
enablehint bool [0, 1] Enable/Disable supervision
enablexfer bool [0, 1] Enable/Disable call transfers
     
[section line] To add a line to an user  
phonenumber * string User phone number creates a line Must exist in context <context>
context * string context name internal context must exist e.g. default
protocol * enum [‘sip’, ‘sccp’] Line protocol
linename string Line name (SIP only)
linesecret string Line secret (SIP only)
     
[section incall] To add an incall to an user  
incallexten * string DID number incallexten must exist in context <incallcontext>
incallcontext * string Context name incall context must exist e.g. from-extern
incallringseconds int Ring time in seconds
     
[section voicemail] To add a voicemail to a user You must set a language to use this section
voicemailname * string Voicemail fullname
voicemailmailbox * string Mailbox number
voicemailpassword string Password voicemail
voicemailemail string Mail to send a notification when a message is received
voicemailattach bool [0, 1] Enable/Disable attach the audio file to your mail
voicemaildelete bool [0, 1] Enable/Disable delete message after notification
voicemailskippass bool [0, 1] Enable/Disable password checking

Warning

“*”, this field is required - valid by section

Warning

“**”, this field is required if you add a voicemail

Examples

First step is to create a text file containing the users you want to create. Here’s a basic example:

entityid|firstname|lastname|phonenumber|context|protocol|mobilephonenumber
1|John|Doe|1000|default|sip|00123456789
1|George|Clinton|1001|default|sip|00123456789
1|Bill|Bush|1002|default|sip|00123456789

This example defines 3 users:

  • John Doe with one SIP line with number 1000
  • George Clinton with one SIP line with number 1001
  • Bill Bush with one SIP line with number 1002

Note

Note that the number you use must all be in the range you defined for your default context.

Text file to add a simple user with a line and voicemail:

entityid|firstname|lastname|language|phonenumber|context|protocol|voicemailname|voicemailmailbox|voicemailpassword
1|John|Doe|en_US|1000|default|sip|John Doe|1000|1234

Text file to add a simple user with a line and incall:

entityid|firstname|lastname|phonenumber|context|protocol|incallexten|incallcontext
1|John|Doe|1000|default|sip|2050|from-extern

Function keys

Function keys can be configured to customize the user’s phone keys. Key types are pre-defined and can be browsed through the Type drop-down list. The Supervision field allows the key to be supervised. A supervised key will light up when enabled. In most cases, a user cannot add multiple times exactly the same function key (example : two user function keys pointing to the same user). Adding the same function key multiple times can lead to undefined behavior and generally will delete one of the two function keys.

Warning

SCCP device only supports type “Customized”.

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For User keys, start to key in the user name in destination, XiVO will try to complete with the corresponding user.

If the forward unconditionnal function key is used with no destionation the user will be prompted when the user presses the function key and the BLF will monitor ALL unconditionnal forward for this user.

Extensions

*3 (online call recording)

To enable online call recording, you must check the “Enable online call recording” box in the user form.

Users Services

Users Services

When this option is activated, the user can press *3 during a conversation to start/stop online call recording. The recorded file will be available in the monitor directory of the Services ‣ IPBX ‣ Audio files menu.

*26 (call recording)

You can enable/disable the recording of all calls for a user in 2 different way:

  1. By checking the “Call recording” box of the user form.
Users Services

Users Services

  1. By using the extension *26 from your phone (the “call recording” option must be activated in Services ‣ IPBX ‣ Extensions).

When this option is activated, all calls made to or made by the user will be recorded in the monitor directory of the Services ‣ IPBX ‣ Audio files menu.