On Fri, 2005-05-27 at 10:34 +0100, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
> Currently, I use Skype to talk to other Skype users and I have gotten a
> Blueface  SIP/VoIP account with Dublin phone number for E9.99 a
> month which I use with KPhone . They also offer pay as you go
> accounts and they have recently added other Irish geographic numbers to
> their product line. Their support was very good including e-mailing me
> advice as they noticed that I was having probelms logging in (KPhone's
> configuration dialog isn't exactly intuitive).
>Just checking, but can you use Asterisk with Blueface?
> I am having trouble finding a good Linux VoIP client (recommendations
> anyone?). KPhone is adequate as best, crashes frequently and has few or
> no features. It's DTMF tones are also incompatible with Blueface's
> voice message system (this could be a problem with Blueface as the
> tones work for other systems such as the Ormonde Cinema who have been
> repairing their online purchasing system for six months now... but
> that's another day's rant).
Have you looked at the current development version of Gnomemeeting? The
SIP support in that is meant to be very good.
Also, what about buying a Cisco IP phone off EBay and using that with
Thanks for the pointer to Blueface, it looks good!
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