[CS-FSLUG] Telephone systems

Jonathan E. Brickman jeb at joshuacorps.org
Fri Mar 13 12:47:44 CDT 2009

Haven't looked in such a direction for a long time, but there used to be a few modem-based voice mail applications for Linux.  One such should fill the bill nicely, and much simpler to handle than Asterisk I would think.


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From: "Josiah Ritchie" <josiah at ritchietribe.net>
Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2009 3:46pm
To: "A Christian virtual Free Software and Linux Users Group." <christiansource at ofb.biz>
Subject: Re: [CS-FSLUG] Telephone systems

I bet that if you knew what you were doing you could accomplish this pretty easily with Asterisk. It would be some custom scripting of the dial plan and maybe more. I'm only somewhat familiar with Asterisk, but know it to be extremely flexible.


On Thu, Mar 12, 2009 at 1:43 PM, Frank Bax <[mailto:fbax at sympatico.ca] fbax at sympatico.ca> wrote:

Up here in the "Great White North"; we sometimes have a "snow day" when the schools close due to weather.  Some schools have a system whereby they can have automated telephone calls made to all students notifying them of the closure.  Anybody have an idea what kind of software would be used for this application?  Is there something that runs on Linux?

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