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Greeting Message System, Special Pbx?

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Hope someone in the know sees this, I want to put in place a voice and music greeting system (run by BT etc I guess) but I want to install and configure my own PBX system.

Does anyone know if the greeting system needs a particular kind of PBX to work (is there a special comms protocol?) or will any old SOHO Panasonic, Orchid etc do the job?

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Thanks for the shout, are they fairly straightforward to program? By memory you can program them through a USB port but also need a Panasonic telephone (not a problem).

More to the point, do you know if the Panansonic system will work by default with a greeting message service?

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why not bring an old pc back to life with linux and some asterisk distribution?

James shut up. thats another british job gone. :)

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Pan PBX are made in the UK?


Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.


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A computer could do that? Never heard of asterix but will look into it. Trouble is it's going to be limited by the number of lines available I imagine whereas offsite will be infinite or lots anyway.

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