Thanks. The IVR system is now working at our own phone number: 206-424-9017 You can connect your own softphone to that IVR at makersalliance.com:5080, extension/name: 1001 up to 1019, password: 1234. So people can than call the IVR number and be patched through to your extension. Your sip phone number will be: extens...@makersalliance.com
We also have a local google talk number of 216-285-0243 that may be possible to connect with the above.
New google message threads are started with new subject lines, right? Maybe the [MakersAlliance] heading added by google is causing them to be one thread on some email systems.
From: Corwin Harris <corwin.har...@gmail.com>
Joe, that's pretty neat. But I wanted to address the fact that I've noticed that a variety of people are starting new off-topic conversations in existing threads. Can you please start a new thread instead? It will make finding your post and work much easier later. :)
On Monday, September 24, 2012 8:01:56 PM UTC-4, Joe ODonnell wrote:I setup a freeswitch pbx on makersalliance.com and connected it to a free incoming Washington state number:206-424-9017
At the moment it's set up to say a few snarky things and hang up. It can also function as a softphone switching station. If you
5000 - demo IVR (not fully functional with free number yet)
http://www.counterpath.com/x- lite.html -windows
This server also hosts an online CAD system. It requires a newer browser like Google Chrome and a newer 3D card to work:
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