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Ekiga ~ Free Your Speech

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iaxComm iaxComm is an Open Source softphone for the Asterisk PBX. iaxComm is cross-platform program developed on aWindows XP system. iaxComm is targeted for the Win32, Linux and Mac OS X systems. I try to avoid anything that will cause a problem under Mac OS, but have no way of building or testing on a Mac. The source code is in the simpleclient/iaxcomm subdirectory of the iaxclient source code tree, which is is available via SVN here. For more information of the iaxclient project, go here. My testing binaries are posted here, as a courtesy. Update 6 Jun 2006 Version 1.2.0Recompiled with new iaxclient security patch. New installer for windows. iaxcomm-win-1.2.0-installer.exe iaxcomm-FC3-1.2.0 Update 30 Mar 2005 Version 1.0 release candidate 3Windows version now has an installer Added online help As always, bug reports are welcome. iaxcomm-1.0rc3-installer.exe iaxcomm-lin-1.0rc3.tar iaxcomm-mac-1.0rc3.zip Update 14 Feb 2005 Added letters to the keypad. iaxcomm-win-1.0rc2.zip iaxcomm-lin-1.0rc2.tar Features:

Linux Soft Phone Roundup | Marc's Mind I’ve been working heavily with VoIP for the last couple of years, and every few months I find myself looking at SIP soft phones again. I haven’t really used them at all under Linux in a long time because none of them quite fit my needs or are as good as the ones available under Windows. Because of this, and the fact that I do 99% of my work under Linux, I’ve got 8 SIP phones, 3 ATA’s and 2 regular phones sitting on my desk right now. As I said, every few months I look again to see how the various soft phones have progressed. This is a rather big posting, so it has been split into multiple pages. I’ve got my faithful X-Lite running on the Windows machine, but that, too is a bit of a pain because its not running on my primary machine and I have to shift focus just like I do with a hard phone. So this week I decided to look again at what was available under Linux. Must work reliably in my environment. Doesn’t sound like too much, right? Like this: Like Loading...

11 of the Best Free Linux Voice Over IP (VoIP) Software Voice over IP (VoIP) software enables telephone-like voice conversations across IP based networks. A VoIP phone service is often cheaper than a traditional Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) phone service and removes geographic restrictions to telephone numbers. SIP is the most popular VoIP protocol. This protocol enables two or more people to make phone calls to each other using the Internet to carry the call. SIP to SIP calls on a broadband internet connection are high quality, always free regardless of distance, and offer additional functionality such as free voicemail to email and phone numbers, caller ID, 3-way conference, speed dialing, call forwarding, simultaneous ring, call waiting, call return, caller ID block, and anonymous call rejection. Softphones are user based clients for making and receiving voice and video communication over the IP network, usually permitting integration with USB and IP Phones instead of a computer's microphone and speakers (or headset).

8 Innovative New Open Source Softphones by Commander : November 24th, 2014 Just as VoIP telephony is revolutionising voice communications everywhere, VoIP softphones are becoming a highly popular communication method and among them, open source softphones, due to their low or no cost and extreme versatility. What is a softphone? A softphone is the opposite of telephone hardware. What is open source? Open source refers to those computer programs where the source code is available to anyone through a free licensing system, which allows them to change and develop that code in any way they want. Open source softphones The following are a few of the many open source softphones now available on the market, some of which are free and some of which are not, but all of which bring something innovative to the table. QuteCom This versatile softphone works on all platforms, including Windows, Mac and Linux and allows the user to make both voice and video calls and also instant message. Jitsi SFLphone Empathy Ekiga Twinkle Minisip Linphone

Click-to-dial Convenience is a significant factor in the success of any technology. Click-to-dial brings significant convenience to users. Many users will dial a contact from their mobile phone, despite the higher cost of the call, simply because of the convenience of accessing the address book through a touch screen. Click-to-dial from a computer provides similar convenience. This section considers various ways to enable click-to-dial. The Firefox Telify plugin People will frequently encounter phone numbers in their web browser. Web application developers can markup phone numbers as hyperlinks using the tel: URI prefix. The Firefox plugin Telify solves this problem. Mozilla Thunderbird and GNOME Evolution address books Many people use a productivity suite like Mozilla Thunderbird or GNOME Evolution for email and address book purposes. For Thunderbird users, the TBDialOut plugin makes phone numbers in the address book clickable as tel or sip URIs. Using Asterisk or FreeSWITCH

Bria SIP Softphone (Windows PC & Mac): Enterprise VoIP Software Client | CounterPath Bria Add-In for Outlook® The Bria Add-In for Outlook® is a plug-in that complements your Bria for Windows desktop softphone and adds enterprise-grade calling, voicemail, messaging and presence features to your Outlook® application. When used in conjunction with Bria 4+ for desktop, the Bria Add-In enables you to call and message contacts, see their presence status, and access voicemail all from your Outlook® window. Learn more Screen Share Add-In CounterPath’s Share Add-In provides a cost-effective, scalable and easy to use softphone add-on that is targeted to enterprises, as well as small and medium sized businesses. Learn more Branded Features If you are looking for a customized client for your employees or customers, CounterPath offers branding options for orders of over 200 softphones for an additional fee. For more information on customizing CounterPath softphones, visit our Branding Engine page or complete a Sales Request Form.

Webphone :: Zoiper Zoiper Web is a webphone designed to seamlessly integrate into your website and web solutions. It is fully-compliant with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, Opera on Windows. Licensed per domain-name Zoiper Web allows unlimited concurrent calls and unlimited number of users. Zoiper Web comes with a smart user-friendly interface or with no interface at all. Zoiper Web is the first SIP and IAX web-based softphone. Zoiper Web does not require desktop application installations – it automatically detects the client-side browser and installs the appropriate plugin. With Zoiper Web’s powerful API you can: Rapidly integrate and deploy your own web-based softphone into your web applications and website Customize Zoiper Web’s functionality to your needs Provision Zoiper Web NPAPI support in Chrome is no longer enabled by default You will need to restart the browser for the changes to take effect. More downloads

Click-to-dial Convenience is a significant factor in the success of any technology. Click-to-dial brings significant convenience to users. Many users will dial a contact from their mobile phone, despite the higher cost of the call, simply because of the convenience of accessing the address book through a touch screen. Click-to-dial from a computer provides similar convenience. This section considers various ways to enable click-to-dial. The Firefox Telify plugin People will frequently encounter phone numbers in their web browser. Web application developers can markup phone numbers as hyperlinks using the tel: URI prefix. The Firefox plugin Telify solves this problem. Mozilla Thunderbird and GNOME Evolution address books Many people use a productivity suite like Mozilla Thunderbird or GNOME Evolution for email and address book purposes. For Thunderbird users, the TBDialOut plugin makes phone numbers in the address book clickable as tel or sip URIs. Using Asterisk or FreeSWITCH

Asterisk click to call There are a number of different ways to implement "Click-to-call" functionality, which allows you to dial a phone number without actually dialing it. The convention for these scripts is to tell Asterisk to call your extension, wait for you to answer the call, and when you do, initiate a new call to the destination number. Downsides of click-to-call include A) that you start to forget phone numbers that were once stored in memory, and B) when you're using foreign interfaces that don't provide you with the clickability, you often wonder how those around you live without it. Click-To-Call FREE in your Website Anveo ContactME widget is free Click To Call solution from Anveo. Yuboto ClicktoCall - Turn Key Solution - Turn visitors into customers Click to Call by YubotoCreate and add a fully functional and customizable Click to call button for your website in minutes.Click to Call in online environmentsClick to Call on printed materials Superb voice quality, low calling rates. Click2Call

20 FREE SIP Softphones « VoIP Insider I occasionally run into folks who are looking to deploy softphones versus traditional, desktop-based IP hard phones….and am often asked what softphone technologies are out there that are compatible with SIP based IP PBX platforms such as Asterisk and Trixbox. Below is list of the more popular SIP softphones, all of which are completely free to use. QuteCom Previously known as WengoPhone, Qutecom is a free, SIP compatible VoIP softphone initially developed by Wengo. XLite from Counterpath A very popular, free SIP softphone supporting a range of codecs and also offering great support for desktop business video conferencing. ZoIPer Features support for both SIP and IAX, and includes free and paid versions of their software. Firefly by FreshTel Free software supporting SIP and IAX, as well as a range of codecs. DIAX Another free, open source softphone supporting both SIP and IAX. ExpressTalk Offers STUN and SIP support. Damaka Self described “peer to peer” SIP softphone.

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