Aug. 11, 2011 The FreePBX development team has identified with some zero day security vulnerabilities related to httpd and php. These vulnerabilities may allow a remote user to gain full root control over a system, and are present in lots of popular asterisk-related distro’s. The FreePBX development team strongly urges all user of the FreePBX
As in any pbx, IVR’s have always been an integral component of FreePBX. For the better and for the extremely annoying, companies have been filtering inbound calls with IVR’s for just about forever. While we can’t change people’s mentality (on both sides of the call) we CAN attempt to provide the best posible experience for
There is a forum thread accepting comments, ideas, and suggestion for new features/improvements in the Backup & Restore module. Head [url=https://www.freepbx.org/forum/freepbx/general-help/rfc-backup-restore-renovations]over there now[/url] if you have any thoughts on how the module can be improved.
In our never ending quest to make FreePBX the best phone system that doesn’t require money to buy (and even better than most that do cost money…), allow us to introduce you to the latest features in the Backup & Restore module. [url=/news/2010-05-09/preview-the-all-new-directory]Last week[/url] we alluded to a critical server error, but left you guessing
Do you use the Dial-by-Name option of the current FreePBX Directory? If no, read on as you might find there is goodness to come. If yes, have you ever wanted to add a user with no voicemail? have your admin called instead of you? wanted to add a Ring Group or Queue to it, call