On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 05:38:11PM GMT, Gavin McCullagh
<gmccullagh at gmail.com> incoherently babbled:
> So, I guess the free softphones were poorly configured? I don't really
> want to use the proprietary one. Does anyone use Blueface happily with a
> free softphone? If so, any hints on which softphone/version works best and
> on configuration to use with Blueface? If I get one working I'll try and
> document it properly.
http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Open+Source+VOIP+Software may be of
some use to you.
Although I'm messing around with Asterisk to interface my SIP hardware
phone to Blue Face, I've also found X-ten on OS X quite nice. Sure, it's
not Open Source, but it is free and does work...
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