[kwlug-disc] Favourite free sip registrars?
paul_nijjar at yahoo.ca
Wed Sep 18 12:26:36 EDT 2013
Could somebody test our SIP connection? 5197490720 at sip05.unlimitel.ca
You should hear: "Welcome to the Community Voicemail, sponsored by the
I can't tell whether Unlimitel allows direct SIP calls or not. I tried
it from another account and got mixed results - sometimes it works,
and sometimes it doesn't.
On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 05:30:50PM -0400, Paul Nijjar wrote:
> 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.
> - Paul
> 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
> > interest.)
> > 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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