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In PhonerLite you can setup a configuration manually. It's even easier if you get a preconfigured profile and simply integrate it into PhonerLite. Since version 2.23, PhonerLite supports so-called ".plp" files. PhonerLite's setup automatically creates an association with this file extension. Users who have extracted the files from the ZIP file can do this

PhonerLite.exe /INIT
within PhonerLite directory.

.plp file

A PhonerLiteProvisioning file is just an INI file with extension ".plp". The content of such a file can look like this:


The key names and values correspond to those that are later stored in the “sipper.ini” file. You can take the necessary lines from this file. The encrypted password is stored in "PWD=". You can create a PhonerLite profile manually in the interface (GUI) and store a password there. After saving you will find this "PWD=" line in the "sipper.ini". When you start PhonerLite, the complete file path to this file is always displayed in the debug window at the beginning.

If no password is provided (neither encrypted nor in plain text), the password will be requested interactively when the corresponding profile has been activated.


Such a .plp file can be easily started - for example by double-clicking in Explorer. PhonerLite will then be opened with the wizard. If you finally confirm this, a new profile with the specified name will be created and activated.

(C) Heiko Sommerfeldt