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Old March 4th 07, 03:35 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
robert
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does anyone know if i can find on the market, a phone adapter for:

A) 3 accounts VoIP (3 different providers);
B) 2 accounts fax (through 2 different VoIP providers)
C) an answering machine that plays 3 different msgs associated to
those 3 VoIP numbers.

thanks a lot,
Vinnie

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Old March 4th 07, 09:31 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Jono
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robert wrote:
does anyone know if i can find on the market, a phone adapter for:

A) 3 accounts VoIP (3 different providers);


Yes. Easy. Look at the Fritz!Box range.

B) 2 accounts fax (through 2 different VoIP providers)


Not so easy. Fax over IP is not very effective. Very hit & miss. It does
work on Sipgate, although it is not supported. You would be far
better off having a couple of fax to email numbers, unless your primary
objective is to send faxes.

C) an answering machine that plays 3 different msgs associated to
those 3 VoIP numbers.


You want an adapter that performs voicemail - or the provider? if the
latter, pick your providers carefully as not all voicemail is equal. You
could consider installing a Trixbox - see www.trixbox.org - a PBX in
essence with very very customizable voicemail.

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Old March 4th 07, 11:24 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Tim
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robert wrote:
does anyone know if i can find on the market, a phone adapter for:

A) 3 accounts VoIP (3 different providers);
B) 2 accounts fax (through 2 different VoIP providers)
C) an answering machine that plays 3 different msgs associated to
those 3 VoIP numbers.


To do all that in one box, I think you would need your own install of
Asterisk.

Tim
 




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