If you are working on telephone solutions, please check
out the Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK.|
It can be used to create VoIP client and server software.
Import addressbook into Ozeki SMS Client
The Ozeki SMS Client works like a simple e-mail client. The addressbook
makes it possible to send and receive SMS messages to groups or more recipients.
In this section we give you some useful example how you can edit addressbook.
The Ozeki NG SMS Client stores the addresses in two csv files.
C:\Program Files\Ozeki\Ozeki SMS Client\Addressbook.csv
C:\Program Files\Ozeki\Ozeki SMS Client\Addresspub.csv
If you wish to edit these files we recommend to use Microsoft Notepad or else
simple text editor. We do not recommend to edit the csv files in MS Excel.
When you open csv files in MS Excel you will
loose the international format (eg.:+362024555589).
Editing in Notepad
Before you edit the addressbook you need to specify the groups. Click on
the new group button and fill in the form.
In the first row of the text file you will find the stored names of the data.
From the second row you can specifies your own contact details. You need to
start the row with ";" sign. On the next place give you the name of the
contact person. The end of the name of the person put a ";" sign to separate
from the next data.
The second place need to
specify the phone number in international format (eg.:+3620345877). Close this
data with a ";" sign. After the phone number you can write a short "Note" about
your contact person. If you don't want to give information you you don't need.
In this case the next charachter will be a ";" sign. Eg. Monica Ham in the
Finally you can specify the name of the groups that contacts are belonging to
these. If you want to give more groups you need to separate them with a "," sign.
;Customer support;+443204587;Service specialist;Friend
;George Marco;+3625449566;From USA;Friend
;Lisbeth Oliva;+362031053666;From Ozeki;Friend,Pub
If you generate a list from your Addressbook software in the above mentioned
formatted .txt you need it rename for Addressbook.csv or Addresspub.csv file
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