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Old 06-02-2006, 07:03 PM   #1
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LXer: Trixbox 1.0 released (replaces Asterisk@Home)


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Posted By: agillis Date: 2006-05-31 20:40 Summary: Trixbox 1.0 released Development on Asterisk@Home has ended. We have created a new product called trixbox. Like Asterisk@Home trixbox is a complete Asterisk PBX including, a Linux OS, Asterisk PBX software, a web GUI, and many other useful add-ons. trixbox will focus on both the business and home user and will have more features including automatic upgrade capability. As with Asterisk@Home trixbox can be quickly and easily installed in under one hour. This has not received much attention, and will probably cause confusion. You heard it here first.

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