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 The address book of the T300/500 PBX system provides access to important or frequently used phone numbers and a detailed view of each entry.

Click on Address book in the menu bar.

The contacts can be called directly from the address book:

You can use up to 8000 entries.

Adding entries

  • Click on New Contact in the address book view. An editing window opens with all fields for the contact's address book and detailed view.
  • Import entries using a CSV-file

Import entries using a CSV-file

  • Click on Import to upload your CSV-file

  • Click on Download to create the template for your CSV-file.

  • Add your contacts into this file.

  • Click on Import to upload the contacts.

Delete entries

  • Delete the entries one by one by clicking the X in the address book view.

  • The complete address book from the command line.

Delete complete address book

  • Login the the PBX using SSH.

  • On the command line. psql asterisk

[root@T300 ~]# psql asterisk
Welcome to psql 8.3.12, the PostgreSQL interactive terminal.

Type:  \copyright for distribution terms
          \h for help with SQL commands
          \? for help with psql commands
          \g or terminate with semicolon to execute query
          \q to quit



  • Check if the table person exists. select * from person;
  asterisk=# select * from person;
       id  | accountid |     familyname      |          firstname          | folder
        0 |            0 | Nobody          |                               |      0
   1000 |      1000 | Eric                | Kantoor                   |      0
   1034 |      1038 | Prive               | Prive                       |      0


  • To delete the complete address book. delete FROM person WHERE id > 0 and accountid = 0;
asterisk=# delete FROM person WHERE id > 0 and accountid = 0; 
  • To exit the postgres database.

asterisk=# \q