Tag: PBXact

FreePBX & Asterisk Aloft – Life Is Better In the Cloud

For years, Sangoma has offered cloud based PBX hosting with PBXact Cloud, the fully supported commercial system powered by FreePBX and Asterisk. Last year, PBXact Cloud relaunched as version 2.0 with some fun work going behind the scenes. If you’ve been watching the evolution of the GraphQL features in the API module, you will have

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Sangoma Phone for FreePBX

Back in February, Sangoma announced the beta launch of Sangoma Phone, the next generation desktop client for FreePBX and PBXact systems. Sangoma Phone is an evolution of the desktop client available for years on the Switchvox platform. After several months of successful deployments and incremental releases of new features, we’re officially announcing the end of

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Sangoma Phone Beta for FreePBX

Sangoma Phone is Sangoma’s next generation desktop softphone and we’re happy to announce it’s now in open beta and ready for FreePBX and PBXact administrators to try it out. Sangoma Phone is based on the Switchvox Phone desktop client, which has been in use for a long time on the Switchvox platform. The FreePBX Engineering

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FreePBX GraphQL Provisioning Tutorial

One perennial question in the FreePBX forum is “How can I add a new extension programmatically?” With the recent improvements of the GraphQL API for FreePBX and PBXact, we thought we could give a more comprehensive answer to this question, and at the same time produce a tutorial for how to use GraphQL from a

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Change your dial plan… and support 988!

With today’s modern cloud communications systems, the way administrators build phone systems, and the way that users interact with them has been changing at an ever-increasing pace. Unfortunately, some of those changes can be somewhat dehumanizing: We all know someone who complains about IVR menus because they feel that phone menus have taken the humanity

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