Category: FreePBX News

Collaborating for Success in Open Source

Open source is becoming very prevalent in the software world, even if it’s not obvious. Your phone, your television, your smart speaker, and even your car is likely to use open source libraries and applications. In fact, a recent Tidelift survey showed that 92% of applications use open source libraries. One thing I’ve seen over

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2020 Q1 (plus part of Q2) in Review for FreePBX

Hey All, We haven’t done anything like this thus far (at least since I have been with the project) but as FreePBX project lead I thought it might be good to summarize and cover a few notable achievements this year in FreePBX land. While we as a project are continually working to fix bugs and

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FreePBX Features: Add Email Notifications to your Outbound Routes

Hello Everyone, I’d like to share a new feature that will be available soon, which is Email Notifications for Outbound Routes.  This will allow admins to set an email address to receive notification emails when a call is placed over an Outbound Route.  We recommend utilizing this feature to help meet the Kari’s Law E911

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Framework changes related to module auto update functionality

To FreePBX Users,   Recently we have noticed a couple of concerns in the community, and on the open source bug tracking system about the “module auto update” functionality. As of today, if the module auto-update feature is enabled for “modules updates”, then FreePBX will download and install all the modules including the ones which

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New tool to assist converting from SIP to PJSIP

Today, FreePBX has two options for setting up SIP connectivity, chan_sip and chan_pjsip. But, this won’t always be the case as Asterisk and FreePBX move closer to removal of chan_sip. On the Asterisk front, chan_sip has already been marked as deprecated within the latest release. This is due to the fact that the older chan_sip

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