Before importing your contacts, you must create your contact list definitions file. This is a file that lists all your contacts. You can add upto 500 contacts in .xml, .csv, or .vcf formats. Here is an example of a definition file.
Importing contacts using contact list definition file is not supported in Cisco Jabber for Mac. For Cisco Jabber mobile clients, you do not have to import contacts, because the contacts are automatically synchronised.
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From Cisco Jabber, click the gear icon , choose File > Import contacts.
Browse to the location of the contact list definitions file, choose the contact list definitions file, and then click Open. The contact list is imported and the results are displayed in the Import Contacts Result window.
Familiarizing yourself with some of the Jabber basics will help you better understand some of the terminology in the feature instructions and get the most out of the tool.
Contacts and contact lists let you easily organize and access contact information in your Jabber hub for those colleagues you communicate with often.
ADDING A NEW CONTACT
To add a new contact to your Jabber hub:
2. In the New Contacts window, type the name of the Stanford person you want to add as a contact. Search results will appear. (It is best to type the name as completely as possible since Jabber will only display the first 15 matches.)
3. Select the name of the person you want to add as a contact.
4. To add contacts with people on Jabber outside the university (e.g. with Stanford Healthcare or Stanford Children’s Health) visit this webpage.
5. In the Add to Group drop down menu, select the personal group to which you’d like to add the contact. See Creating a New Contact Group (below) for information on creating personal contact groups.
6. Click Add. The new contact appears in your Jabber hub under the appropriate contact group.
CREATING A NEW CONTACT GROUP
You can create customized contact list groups (e.g., My team, Project A team) under which you can organize your contacts. Contacts can appear in multiple contact list groups.
To create a new contact list group:
You can move a contact into contact list groups by:
VIEW A CONTACT’S PROFILE
Presence lets your colleagues know when your are, and are not, available. Your colleagues can see your status through your status message in their Jabber hub.
MANUALLY CHANGING YOUR STATUS MESSAGE
By default, your status message is set to Available. To change your status message:
ADDING A CUSTOM STATUS MESSAGE
You can add other status messages to the default list. To add a custom status message: