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  • PBXConfig.GetUserByAddress

    PBXConfig.GetUserByAddress

    VBScript   → Lua   SwxWare v4.40

     

    This function returns a list of PBXUser objects which have the given address. Do not mistake these PBXUser objects with the PBXUser interface of the Server Script API.

     

    g_PBXConfig.GetUserByAddress("101")

     

    This function returns a list of PBXUser objects which have the given address, 101 in this example. If the address is an internal number, user name, H.323 alias or SIP user ID the returned collection contains the corresponding user object. If the address is a group number or group name the returned list contains PBXUser objects of all group members.
     

    The returned list is a common VBScript collection, which can be used in the following way:

     

    Dim oUsers
    Set oUsers = g_PBXConfig.GetUserByAddress("101")
    
    Dim oUser
    For Each oUser In oUsers
       ' use user object here
    Next

     

     

    Each PBXUser object has the following read-only properties:

     

    UserID
    Name
    EMailAddress
    DataFolder    (obsolete since SwyxWare v6.00)
    State
    Numbers
    NumberOfNewVoicemails  (from SwyxWare v6.00)

     

     

    The first four properties are self-explanatory.

     

    The following VBScript functions make use of the Name property:

     

     

     

    The State property can have one of the following values:

     

    ' user state not available
    UserStateUnavailable = 0
    
    ' user is logged off
    UserStateLoggedOff = 1
    
    ' user is logged on
    UserStateLoggedOn = 2
    
    ' user is speaking, at least one call has an external origination or destination
    UserStateSpeakingExternal = 3
    
    ' a call is currently alerting at one of the user's devices
    UserStateAlerting = 4
    
    ' user is speaking, none of the calls has an external origination or destination
    UserStateSpeakingInternal = 5
    
    ' user is away (since SwyxWare 2011)
    UserStateAway = 6
    
    ' user has do not disturb status (since SwyxWare 2011)
    UserStateDoNotDisturb = 7
    
    ' busy indication from external presence source (e.g. MS Teams) (since SwyxWare 13)
    UserStateActive3rdParty = 8

     

     

    Please note that the status signalling between the user the status should be requested from and the user the current script runs under must be configured (just as in SwyxIt!).

     

    The following VBScript functions make direct use of the State property:

     

     

    The Numbers property is a VBScript collection containing all numbers assigned to the user.

     

    Dim n
    Dim sNumbers
    sNumbers = ""
    For Each n In oUser.Numbers
       If sNumbers = "" Then
          sNumbers = n
       Else
          sNumbers = sNumbers & ", " & n
       End If
    Next
    PBXScript.OutputTrace "Numbers: " & sNumbers

     

    From SwyxWare v6.00 on, the SwyxWare differs between internal and external numbers. The numbers collection includes the internal numbers. There is no possibility to request the configured external numbers of a user. If a number is configured to not being displayed in the global phonebook it will also no added to the numbers collection.

     

     

    The NumberOfNewVoicemails property contains the number of unread voicemails as stored in the SwyxWare database. Note: This value does not change when the user reads his voicemail with an email program directly. It will changed correctly when the voicemail is retrieved via SwyxWare's remote inquiry function or when the SwyxIt or Swyxphone's voicemail key is used.

     

    The following VBScript function switches the new Voicemail signalling for the given user or group on:

     

     

     


    Tom Wellige
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