Asta (t1y5w41v5 at mail dot com)
21 December 2015 20:46:00
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Junko (nsgg5xqt0 at hotmail dot com)
20 December 2015 05:07:32
As a British expat living in Australia thruogh the grape vine I heard about the Tesco offer and signed up today getting my self a local phone number in my home town. I also read that Tesco phone to phone calls are free so that all sounds good. I have had a quick google and it seems that getting Trixbox/asterix talking with the phones wont be too hard as they have support for IAX but I have not read as yet about any one getting inbound calling working if you have any luck on this subject please post some detials please in your blog. Hope you enjoy Australia as much as I do.
demian (demian at aphiogammapi dot ph)
14 February 2007 20:21:51
what happens when multiple people are using the same outgoing trunk and are recording all at once? does every user get a different wav file?