C H A P T E R
Managing Your Contacts
Your Cisco IP Phone might supply several different features to help you manage
your phone contacts: a personal address book, a Cisco IP phone synchronizer, the
Personal Address Book service, and the Personal Fast Dials service.
The Personal Address Book allows you to store names and numbers of your
common contacts. From your Cisco IP Phone, you can use the Personal Address
Book service to look up entries, make a selection, and press a softkey to dial the
With the Personal Fast Dials service, you can assign index numbers (from 1 to 99)
for quick dialing from your Cisco IP Phone. You can assign index numbers either
to Personal Address Book entries or to directory entries that you add that do not
correspond to the address book. You can assign and remove the Personal Fast
Dials entries from your phone or the Cisco IP Phone User Options application.
The exact names of the Personal Address Book and Personal Fast Dials
services may vary, depending on how your system administrator configured
With the Personal Directory synchronization tool, you can synchronize the
Microsoft Windows address book, Microsoft Outlook and/or your Outlook
Express address book entries stored on your computer with the
Cisco CallManager directory.
These features are optional. Talk to your phone administrator about which
features are available to you.
Cisco IP Phone 7960 and 7940 Series User Guide