At 07:09 PM 13/08/2000 +1000, Jon Biddell wrote:
On Sun, 13 Aug 2000, Ian Ward wrote: > Hi all, > > I would like to install a PABX at home, We have three lines and it is a > hassle to find the phone that is ringing etc.. > > PABX systems are *SO* proprietary and closed, does a PABX system exist that > is powered by Linux? > > I have heard of one using NT. > I know of one using NT too - and no-one can find the ringing phone !!!
OS/2 is a good choice for PABX systems, as it already has a strong integration of voice into it. our NT one keeps dying ;)
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