Cisco Local Directory File may be corrupted

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by TexasMirty@gmail.com, Jul 14, 2006.

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    We are having problems with the Local Directory (Option 4 on the VOIP
    phones) for our Cisco CME VOIP system. For example, it is missing the
    letter D ! It will not search on D. Very strange. Cisco says that there
    is an XML file that the directory uses:

    "Local Directory Disable
    The local directory that is displayed on an IP phone (item 4 in the
    Local Services menu) is served as an XML page that is accessed through
    HTTP without password protection. "

    However, I do not see the file in our flash. There aren't any files
    named directory; in fact, there are no XML files. What file do I need
    to look for and where would it be? The user who originally set up the
    system is no longer with the company, and he kept the TFTP server on
    his computer, so I don't think I'll be able to recover the original
    file. Will the CME recreate the directory if it is deleted?
    , Jul 14, 2006
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