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    Asterisk ([url]http://www.asterisk.org[/url]) is an opensource-project for GNU/Linux for x/86 or PPC.
    [quote:62f0b78c81]Asterisk is a complete PBX in software. It runs on Linux and provides all of the features you would expect from a PBX and more. Asterisk does voice over IP in three protocols, and can interoperate with almost all standards-based telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.[/quote:62f0b78c81]
    here are the features:

    Or… porting any other (better?) free PBX-system to OSX/Darwin…



    This sounds delicious. We definitely should pursue this project!



    We have built Asterisk on OSX and made the build available as an OSX install package. From Mac to PBX in 10 seconds! (on a G4 867MHz)

    We are also developing Cocoa based GUI tools to configure and manage Asterisk on OSX. A pre-release of the first tool is already available.

    Check out the Asterisk on OSX Wiki for more info and a download link:


    Any Cocoa developers who want to join in on the GUI development please contact me by email: benjamin (at) sunrise-tel (dot) com, or by phone once you’ve got Asterisk running on your Mac: FWD # 36505 😉

    Sunrise Telephone Systems Ltd.

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