Category: FreePBX News

Communicate Efficiently with Sangoma Connect & SMS

In today’s increasingly remote environment, your mobile device has likely become an even more important tool for your daily to-do list. We use our mobile phones for just about everything! Whether it’s making a call, texting, or surfing the web, there’s virtually no limit to what you can achieve with your mobile device. As a

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FreePBX Meets Zapier

Author: Danilo Smaldone, Sales Engineer – Sangoma In a world that keeps asking for more interconnected systems, FreePBX (and PBXact!) is your partner for everything related to Unified Communications. The FreePBX Engineering team developed the Customer Relationship Management commercial module some time ago to provide seamless interconnection with a select number of CRM systems, as

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FreePBX 16 is now released for General Availability!

The FreePBX 16 beta was announced back in June, and since that time, we have seen thousands of FreePBX 16 installs. Our Engineering and QA teams have completed their testing, so we’re announcing today that FreePBX is moving from beta to GA. As a refresher, this is what FreePBX 16 brings to the project: PHP

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FreePBX 16 & Debian 11: An apt Combination

Today’s guest FreePBX Blogger is Bill Simon of Simon Telephonics. Bill is a long time open source enthusiast, an active contributor to the FreePBX Community and a familiar face on the FreePBX forum. He’s sharing a nice summary for manually setting up FreePBX 16 on Debian 11. Thanks Bill! FreePBX 16 & Debian 11: An

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User Control Panel Templates

As has already been hinted in the FreePBX 16 beta release announcement, one of the new open source features added in this major release is the ability for an administrator to define User Control Panel (UCP) templates. This feature has also been backported to FreePBX 15, and has been available now from the edge module

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