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Old 04-05-2001, 08:22 AM   #1
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Two ways to obtain Telephony support for Linux.

a) The Linux community developes the software, but lack infrastructure requiered to provide this service.

b) Walk over to:

i - Dialpad http://www.dialpad.com
Login and switch over to forums -- general and
provide posts directed to Dialpad requesting support for Linux

ii - Net2Phone http://www.net2phone.com
use feed back to request support for Linux


iii - MSN http://www.msn.com
this is the best of all, switch over to

http://explorer.msn.com/feedback.htm

under the option "What do you think we ..."

suggest that Linux support should be provided.


Alternatives for these products, not as good but work!


DIALOGIC, Voxilla, Gphone, Speak freely and Ehternet Phone, to name a few. Some of these cost money, once, but work great.




 
  


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