3CX Phone System v8 RC3 available

This the final build of 3CX Phone System v8 which will be released early next week. Unless there are major showstoppers, this release will go ‘Gold’! Changes:

FAX SERVER FIX for crash on numerous incoming faxes
restore procedure for prompts
Fax configuration of files form the edit templates – fax over poroviders with Nat support
Myphone bug in forwarding rules not showing.
Improved call assistant Speed, performance, freezing issues fixed
Fixed Install bug in Voip phone dll.
Italian prompt sets NEW
Added VAD server components to the build
Fix in call reporter and sql queries
Voip providers added – G711 IE and voip voice IT
  • Improved fax server – now tested with large number of incoming faxes
  • Improved restore procedure for customers not running the US promptset
  • Include ability to receive faxes from select VoIP providers that support T38 (requires configuration, info here)
  • Myphone bug in forwarding rules not showing.
  • Improved 3CX Assistant performance & reliability
  • Fixed Installation bug in Voip phone dll.
  • Added Italian prompt set
  • Added VAD server components to the build – makes it easier to use 3CX Voice Application Designer
  • Improved Call Reporter
  • Added VoipVoice IT VoIP provider

You can download RC3 here

You can find a log of changes here. Please post feedback here

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  1. Mark

    Thanx, we will check the CAS although the latest version you provided was working again.



    October 3, 2009 at 12:18 am
  2. Koen

    The VAD addition sounds awesome! I was already trying to create something similar with .NET code and the 3CX API. This makes it a lot easier. Thanks guys. Keep it up with this great product!

    October 5, 2009 at 4:02 pm
    • Thanks for your nice feedback! :-)

      October 5, 2009 at 4:18 pm
  3. Koen

    I just read in the VAD manual that it requires a valid license key. Does anyone know if this will work with the demo license key? I hope so, since I don’t have a key for my test/dev lab.

    October 5, 2009 at 4:13 pm
  4. Joe Trimble

    This (below from tech support) sounds like I need to become a template modifying expert just to have updates saved whenever a phone’s setting menu is modified.

    “A change to the phone interface is separate to the provisioning and loses the change at reboot is by Polycom design for provisioning. You will need to effect changes to the template to get what you require. Hence you will need to understand the Polycom variables and the template system.

    October 7, 2009 at 2:12 am
    • If you are going to provision phones automatically with the template provided, and you want to make changes to the provisioning of those phones, then indeed you have to change the template in the system. The template is the same file as the phone configuration file, so it should really not be hard. You are just editing the phone setting in the wrong place.

      Alternatively don’t provision the phone and rely on configuration via its web interface. The choice is yours.

      October 7, 2009 at 10:39 am