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Comment by StevenM
about Elastix · Nov 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Elastix is not bad at all, I just had problems with Linux operating system. I dont prefer, its very complex for me.
I like working on Windows.

I came across a telephone system, Ozeki Phone System XE that allows me to connect my old Elastix system to it. I was very glad to hear that this is possible because I didnt have to throw it away.
Ozeki Phone System XE is more modern and easier telephone system, try it. http://www.ozekiphone.com/elastix-vs-ozeki-pbx-405.html

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