Am I over simplifying things (retrieve text message for 7920 - 7925g)

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    Subject: RE: Am I over simplifying things (retrieve text message for 7920 - 7925g)
    Replied by: David Staudt on 10-09-2009 01:25:39 AM
    From your description, I think it would be as easy as you think...
    The phones themselves run a tiny web server to allow 'push' commands via XML.  This can be disabled by the admin for extra security, but it sounds like you're doing all 'pull' requests, so you wouldn't be effected.
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    Created by: Bradley Wheeler on 10-09-2009 12:21:39 AM
    I am looking for a little guidance here, I have a project where I need to be able to offer 7920-7925g users access to messages stored in a database. These messages are basically stored in the database in case they need to review them at a later date. My intentions are to install an ip phone service on the handset that passes the device name down in the URL to my web app server/database, the server would then generate an XML file associated with the contents of the message list for the requesting user (i.e. in menu structure). The user would then be able to select individual messages from the menu structure menu and retrieve the individual message by following a URL capable of retrieving that message. Is it really as simple as I am planning or am I missing a key piece of complexity here ? I read something about web services being shut off at certain sites for security reason, is my approach not going to work if this happens ?   I would appreciate any guidance you folks might have regarding the subject thanks allot.