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%adminPass% 

The Admin Password as defined in the Global Settings Section of EPMALL
%amcolor%AM identifier color for display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%answer%SIP allow auto answer as defined in the Aastra templatesAastra
%b1label%Program button 1 label if the device supports showing a label on a LCD screen for this button. The variable can be %b1label% thru %b60label% representing each program button on a device.MOST
%b1type%Program button 1 type such as speed-dial, BLF and others depending on what the device supports. The variable can be %b1type% thru %b60type% representing each program button on a device.MOST
%b1value%Program button 1 value such as the speed-dial number that is dialled when button is pressed. The variable can be %b1value% thru %b60value% representing each program button on a device.MOST
%barge%SIP intercom allow barge in as defined in the Aastra templatesAastra
%clockcolor%Clock color for the display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%clockfont%Clock font for the display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%colon%Speed of colon blink for the display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%destination%This is the IP Address or FQDN that the phone will register to based on what is defined in each device templateALL
%directedCallPickup%Feature code for directed call pick-up.Snom
%dndOff%Feature code to dial to turn off Do Not Disturb as defined in the PBX Feature Code adminSome
%dndOn%Feature code to dial to turn on Do Not Disturb as defined in the PBX Feature Code adminSome
%cfaOn%Call Forwarding Always OnVtech
%cfaOff%Call Forwarding Always OffVtech
%cfnaOn%Call Forwarding Not Available OnVtech
%cfnaOff%Call Forwarding Not Available OffVtech
%cfbOn%Call Forwarding Busy OnVtech
%cfbOff%Call Forwarding Busy OffVtech
%cwOn%Call Waiting OnVtech
%cwOff%Call Waiting OffVtech
%firmware%The path to the firmware folder based on what you pick in the templateMOST
%focus%Switch focus to ringing lines defined as in the Aastra templatesAastra
%ftppass%The FTP password to use for auto provisioning as defined in each device templateALL
%ftpserver%The IP address of the configuration server to use for auto provisioning as defined in each device templateALL
%ftpuser%The FTP username to use for auto provisioning as defined in each device templateALL
%fb%Feedback suppression as defined in the AND templatesAND
%keypress%Code to unlock the door for Algo 8180 as defined in the Algo and CyberData templatesAlgo, CyberData
%line1Enable%Whether to enable line 1 on the device based on extension mapping section of EPM for phones that support a enable or disable per line. The variable can be %line1Enable% thru %line24Enable% representing each line button that is programmed on the device depending on how many lines the device supports.Some
%line1Ext%The extension number to be used for line 1 or the default line for each phone. This is pulled from the extension mapping page for each extension. The variable can be %line1Ext% thru %line24Ext% representing each line button that is programmed on the device depending on how many lines the device supports.ALL
%line1extPort%The SIP port for the Extension assigned to account 1.  This is pulled from the extensions module. The variable can be %line1extPort% thru %line24extPort% representing each line button that is programmed on the device depending on how many lines the device supports.ALL
%line1Name%The extension name to be used for line 1 or the default line for each phone. This is pulled from the extension name in your PBX based on the extension number associated with this line. The variable can be %line1Name% thru %line24Name% representing each line button that is programmed on the device depending on how many lines the device supports.ALL
"%line1Pass%"The extension password to be used for line 1 or the default line for each phone. This is pulled from the extension SIP secret in your PBX based on the extension number associated with this line. The variable can be %line1Pass% thru %line24Pass% representing each line button that is programmed on the device depending on how many lines the device supports.ALL
%line1VMPass%The extensions voicemail password to be used for line 1 or the default line for each phone. This is pulled from the extension set voicemail password in your PBX based on the extension number associated with this line. The variable can be %line1Pass% thru %line24Pass% representing each line button that is programmed on the device depending on how many lines the device supports.ALL
%line1type%What type of function the Line key 1 will be. The variable can be %line1type% thru %line8type% representing each line button on the phoneGrandstream
%line1acct%What account the the Line key 1 will be tied to. The variable can be %line1type% thru %line8type% representing each line button on the phoneGrandstream
%line1label%What will be displayed on the Line key 1 LCD display. The variable can be %line1type% thru %line8type% representing each line button on the phoneGrandstream
%line1value%If the line key is setup for something like a BLF or Speed-dial this would be what number is dialled or monitored for line key 1. The variable can be %line1type% thru %line8type% representing each line button on the phoneGrandstream
%linekeys%The number of line keys each registered user should take up for Polycom phones onlyPolycom
%micvolume%Mic volume as defined in the AND templatesAND
%missed%Whether to display missed calls on the device for Polycom Phones only as defined in the Polycom templates.Polycom
%model%Model of phone as defined in the Extension Mapping for Audio Codes and CyberDataAudio Codes, CyberData
%msgfont%Message font for the display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%msgcolor%Message color for display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%multicastAddress%Multicast address and port, comma separated. Also used are %multicastAddress2% - %multicastAddress6%Some
%multicastEnable%Multicast enableSome
%mute%SIP intercom mute mic as defined in the Aastra templatesAastra
%offset%GMT time offsetPolycom
%offhook%Auto off hook as defined as in the Aastra templatesAastra
%outboundcid%Outbound Caller ID from extensions.All
%pincode0%Pin code for unlocking door on Cyberdata devices. The variable can be %pincode0% thru %pincode9% as defined in the Cyberdata templatesCyberData
%pmcolor%PM identifier color for display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%PriAcctName%Primary Account NameAll
%pringtone%Audio page tone for the Algo 8180 as defined in the Algo templatesAlgo
%pvolume%Audio page volume for the Algo 8180 as defined in the Algo templatesAlgo
%protocol%Download protocol as defined in each device templateALL
%provisionAddress%The IP address of the configuration server to use for auto provisioning as defined in each device templateSome
%provisionport%HTTP port to use for provisioning as defined in the global settings section of EPMALL
%restapps%RESTapps file locationAastra/Digium/Yealink
%rringtone%Audio ring tone for the Algo 8180 as defined in the Algo templatesAlgo
%rvolume%Audio ring volume for the Algo 8180 as defined in the Algo templatesAlgo
%seccolor%Second color for display on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%seconds%Whether to display seconds on the AND clock as defined in the AND templatesAND
%sipPort%SIP port to use for SIP as defined in the global settings section of EPMALL
%speeddial1%Speed-dial for button number 1 on the phone as defined in the device template for devices that support this feature.   The variable can be %speeddial1% thru %speeddial9% representing numbers 1-9 on the keypad of the phone.Some
%spkrvolume%Speaker volume as defined in the AND templatesAND
%stutter%Stutter disabled as defined as in the Aastra templatesAastra
%timeformat%Time format as defined in the AND templatesAND
%timeout%SIP digit timeout as defined in the Aastra templatesAastra
%timeserver1%Time server1 as defined in the device templates.ALL
%timeserver2%Time server2 as defined in the device templates if they support 2 time serversSome
%timeserver3%Time server3 as defined in the device templates if they support 3 time serversSome
%timezone%Time zone code as defined in the Device templates for the time zoneALL
%timezone2%Time zone code for Panasonic UT670 only as defined in the Panasonic template for the time zonePanasonic
%timezonembu%Time zone code for Aastra MBU400 only as defined in the Aastra template for the time zoneAastra
%timezonename%Time zone name as defined in the Aastra, Xorcom, Yeaklink templates for the time zoneSOME
%toneset%Tone set as defined in the Aastra templatesAastra
%userPass%User password as defined in the Global Settings Section of EPMALL
%version%Version of the firmware that is used as defined in the device templatesPanasonic
%voicemail%Feature code to dial to access the voicemail system as defined in the PBX Feature Code adminALL
%webport%Port for Aastra XML scripts as defined in the Global Settings sectionAastra
%z001%Zone controllers for the Cyberdata Zone Paging Server. The variable can be %z001% thru %z144% as defined in the Cyberdata templatesCyberData

For more information on variables that can be used in End Point Manager Base Files and Button Templates click on the link below based on what version of EPM you are using.

For versions 2.10.X and 2.11.X click here.

For versions 12 or greater click here.