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PBX extensions are available in two forms: local extensions and remote.
Local extensions: located/registered on the same network as the server, the types of local extensions available include Bluetooth, ISDN, wireless, IP phone, fax, and more.
Remote extensions: located/registered outside the network on which the system is operating, remote extensions – currently just IP phones and Softphones – share the features and functionality of local extensions.
PBXware is afforded a number of industry standard PSTN/VoIP trunks, supporting T1/E1 PRI, BRI ISDN, POTS Analog, and VoIP (SIP, IAX) telecommunications services. Aside from physical and performance limitations of the PBX hardware in use, there are often no limits on the number of inbound and outbound lines per server.
Interactive Voice Response – or IVR – auto attendants deliver pre-recorded messages and enable callers to navigate touch-tone menus to connect them to the correct function. PBXware supports standard (0-9), multi-digit (0-99), and PIN-based IVR types, including:
– Operation scheduling – incoming calls can be sent to specific services according to date and time
– Direct dialling to user extensions
– Ring options – following selection, users can hear ringing, music, hold, or silence
– Rings to answer – set the number of rings before IVR connects
– Account access only – enables users to access a specific account number before continuing
– On/off status – bypass IVR and direct callers to an operator simply by switching off the service
– Custom greetings – upload customised message via web browser
Conferencing enables callers – wherever they may be located – to communicate as though talking face-to-face. Participants simply need to dial the conference number through local extension, PSTN, or VoIP, and by utilising an adequate internet or PSTN connection.
All in and outbound calls can be set to record, simply by selecting ‘Record Calls = Yes’ in the user settings. Always check the legalities of call recording before using such a feature.
Permission-based call monitoring enables authorised users to listen in and monitor calls in real time.
A PBXware graphical user interface (GUI) is available in English, French, German, and Spanish, with additional languages supported upon request.
For SMB installations, PBXware can be set to use standard dial plan routing, ideal for local, long distance, and international dialling. E164 routing, meanwhile, can be provided for real-time telephony billing.
Conference permissions can be tailored according to individual use or group use.
Conference permissions can be tailored according to individual use or group use.
Managing the hold music callers hear can be carried out by web browser, with the option to categorise music into directories, ready to use by all users, queues, and auto-attendants.
In combination with a compatible Jabber client, PBXware enables an organisation to communicate through instant messaging, with phone and chat numbers remaining the same.
Whether set by an authorised user or allocated automatically by PBXware, each server is assigned a number code enabling the creation of networks. Different servers are capable of joining a solitary network, meaning that calls are seamless whether accessing on a national or international basis. This is achieved by ensuring that the PBX numbering plan is unique to an organisation.
A specially configured mini least cost routing (miniLCR) feature has the ability to save on the cost of telecommunications by assigning primary, secondary, and tertiary trunks to each destination. For example:
– Select your primary, secondary, and tertiary trunks for each destination
– On placing a call to any of the configured destinations, PBXware will attempt to connect using first the primary trunk, then the secondary, and finally the third, depending on performance issues
By assigning a selection of extension numbers into one group, all calls placed to this group will result in all extensions ringing.
All compatible phones can be tailored to have a company directory appear on the phone directory.
For added protection for SIP traffic snooping, encrypted SIP signalling provides secure, encrypted transport via SIP TLS.
Encrypted audio prevents the listening of an audio stream.
QoS audio packets tagging monitors the importance of data packets, thereby ensuring that those packets assigned high importance are delivered to their destination faster.
PBXware enjoys complete compatibility with the enterprise-ready communications platform, Microsoft Lync.
By monitoring calls, any ‘parked’ communications will be highlighted on the phone’s busy lamp field (BLF).
PBXware software running on compatible standard PC (x86) hardware enables quick and easy setup.
PBXware is available as a fully working telephony system, featuring full plug-and-talk functionality:
As the next-generation communications solution, SERVERware enables ITSPs and enterprises to offer hosted cloud-based IP PBX services in a flexible, scalable format.
Select one or more numbers to be dialled in order for a caller to be connected to the extension
Enables a number of extensions to ring at the same time, thereby ensuring any of these extensions can pick up the call.
Call forwarding enables all incoming calls to be directed to a chosen number. This can be tailored depending on particular circumstances, with unconditional, line unavailable, on busy, and no answer options accommodated.
Divert all calls to voicemail or redirect to another number during a specific period decided by the user.
Select whether to send or withhold caller identification when making a telephone call.
Identify the last number that called on a particular line.
Call park enables a call to be parked while the user moves to another location where the call can be resumed.
Provides the user with the ability to enter an activation code – *159 – during a call to initiate instant recording.
Pick up ringing calls from any line in a particular group.
Filter or block incoming calls based on specific rules, such as numbers that are anonymous or from telemarketing companies.
This features enables messages to be transmitted to a number of phones simply by entering the code *399.
Through the directory function, you can add all the extension numbers you desire as contacts. When used in conjunction with a Busy Line Field (BLF) enabled phone, you can select the number from the directory that you wish to be monitored simply by using the BLF buttons.
Speed dial is operated with the *130 access code. By dialing *130XX (with XX representing a two-digit speed dial code), you will dial an extension with that code.
The web callback option sends a request via the internet to the PBXware system, calling the number matching the one set in the web callback list.
The delete recordings application enables users to access recorded messages via Self Care: CDR. Simply log in to Self Care, navigate to CDR, and select Advanced: Delete Recordings.
Accessed via Self Care: CDR, users are able to navigate to CDR and select the Listen button. The selected call recording will be downloaded to a local file where it can be played.
Call monitoring enables users to monitor calls in real time, simply by dialing *199 followed by the desired extension number to be monitored.
This feature lets you call the PBXware system direct, which identifies you by caller ID, and then hang up the call. It will then call you back on the number provided on the phone callback list.
Simply enter the *500 access code followed by a non-delimited list of conference numbers that you wish to monitor without participation. Should you wish to speak on one of the calls, enter ** and the conference number you’re already listen to. You can also reset the situation by typing *0.
Available on the officeBOX appliance, overhead paging lets users dial an extension which is a speaker system connected to audio jacks.
Supports the ability of one or more phones to answer calls automatically using their speakers.
Mobile phone users can call the system on a direct-dial number in order to be called back. When the call is returned, the user is required to enter their PIN for authentication and can then dial any destination for which regular users have privilege
Caller:when making a call into the Personal IVR, a caller will be given the option of connecting or leaving a voicemail. If connected, the caller will be asked for identification, followed by ringing. If selecting voicemail, the caller will be redirected to voicemail immediately.
Agent: once a call has been answered, the agent will hear the name of the caller and be presented with the options to connect to the call, forward to another extension, or divert to voicemail.
Enable/disable the appearance of a user’s extension in the directory.
Use the *401/*402 access codes to switch system level operation time to on and off.
Use the *9 access code to pause the recording of outbound calls.
An authorised PBXware user has the ability to set alarms under server properties. Monitor Interval (minutes) monitors itself for normal operation, restarting the server should it detect changes to its normal state. Regular Restart/Reload (hours), meanwhile, can be set to achieve and maintain system reliability.
All system data files are backed up onto a directory on the server, making it easy to restore the system if required. The backup directory can also be mounted as another hard drive, tape, CD, etc.
Users are able to access reporting statistics detailing call detail records (CDR), action logs, and system CLI messages.
Allow greater development and integration with custom extensions.
Standard features included with enhanced voicemail include PIN protection, multiple mail folders, web interface for voicemail checking, voicemail forwarding, visual message waiting indicator, message waiting stutter dial tone, and more.
Exit digit enables callers to leave the voicemail system when leaving a message. Upon selection, the caller will be transferred to the system destination set by the user.
Voicemail notifications sent by email, handset, pager and web.
Remote users can change their timezone, resulting in accurate information on the time messages were left.
Send a message to a group of users by dialling a single number and leaving the message.
With MS Outlook integration, outCALL monitors all incoming calls and displays contact details.
This desktop application enables real-time monitoring of other PBXware users and to make calls at the click of a mouse.
Fax agent offers a simple ‘click to print’ ability to send/receive faxes from any desktop application featuring a regular print function.
Place calls with a single mouse click, monitor in real time, manage system calls, and more with this global communications product.
Effortlessly convert and upload local sound files into PBXware through the Sound Converter Wizard.
Scan the Local Area Network to find a PBXware IP address if the DHCP access server is unavailable.
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Bug fixes, security patches, and feature enhancements are provided free of charge with a valid support contract.
Various support options are available. Please contact us for more details.
System documentation containing comprehensive data and maintenance advice is available.