The UnixDawg on FusionPbx

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Thanks to Digium andfor allocating more channels of Skype for Asterisk to reach the ZipDX conference bridge and to John Todd for making this happen! We had a lot of live callers, including many on Skype.

Unixdawg on FusionPbx
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Mark J Crane December 1, 2009 at 6:47 pm

I’m the main developer of FusionPBX a graphical interface for FreeSWITCH.

FusionPBX has been built with flexibility in mind. It is built on top of the default FreeSWITCH config with some enhancements. For example features codes have been prefixed with a * this makes a 3, 4, 5, 6 digits available for the user to define for extensions, huntgroups, auto attendants, and other user defined numbers.

Menu, Content, and Template/Design can all be updated at any time by the super admin user from the web browser.

2 templates at the moment. One with a vertical menu on the left and the other a horizontal menu with a drop down.

For advanced admins there is an AJAX XML editor to edit FreeSWITCH configs directly. There is documentation to indentify what is safe to edit.

There is also an AJAX editor for grammar (speech recognition), scripts (lua, perl, javascript) and a PHP editor for those that know PHP.

Lots more I could talk about but I suggest you take a look at the website, view the screenshots, and give it a try. http://www.fusionpbx.com

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