[kwlug-disc] Favourite free sip registrars?
paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca
Fri Sep 13 17:30:50 EDT 2013
People can call the Community Voicemail system 24 hours a day.
The voicemail actually does use VoIP for its lines. I can look into
whether they can be accessed via a SIP address. (They are Unlimitel
accounts, so if somebody already has an answer to this then I will
gratefully accept it.)
We are using old equipment, and so do not forward to email.
In our experience our public access phones are very popular, both at
the main Working Centre building and at St John's Kitchen.
On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 05:17:38PM -0400, unsolicited wrote:
> The registrar part of a registrar should be in essence just a
> directory service. sip://firstname.lastname@example.org could merely be a
> redirection to sip://email@example.com.
> Most free sip registrars offer voicemail. I expect many simply
> downloading it to the associated e-mail address.
> If the working centre voicemail could be accessed via voip (voip
> address), then a softphone could retrieve it. (Or is it delivered as
> .wav files to an e-mail address?)
> e.g. Such as via the computers we offer every Friday night at OOTC.
> Part of where I'm coming from on some of this stuff - we have but
> one physical phone Friday nights, no long distance. But 6+ laptops
> sitting there waiting for guest use. (They do e-mail, facebook,
> other stuff. Opportunity for learning there, too, but so far little
> With Working Centre during day, and us at night, I've wondered how
> to leverage Working Centre computer facilities / opportunities /
> learning from us to there during the evening when the Working Centre
> is closed.
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