Linux

Running Debian 8? Here’s how to go to 9

If you downloaded the 3CX ISO in 2017, then your operating system is probably on Debian 8. To move up to the next update or version you will have to upgrade to Debian 9. Update 6 includes a script to automatically take you to Debian 9. There is no need to login to SSH or enter [...]

By |September 12th, 2018|0 Comments

Update 4 is Here – Check out all the new features

About a week ago we released the BETA of Update 4 for V15.5, thanks to everyone who tried it out and gave us their feedback.  Some of the most popular features included in the BETA are voicemail to text transcription, queue ringtones and multicast provisioning. In case you missed the BETA below is a list of [...]

By |March 28th, 2018|41 Comments

SP3 Beta: Hosting, SSL & Web Conference Improvements

SP3 Beta has made it out of the door. Besides some important under the hood changes for better performance and less memory usage, we have added the following new features: Conference Call & Interface improvements We have added some more features and further streamlined the conference call interface: Internal participants can now be called automatically when [...]

By |January 31st, 2018|16 Comments

Upgrading from Debian 8 to Debian 9

As you already might have heard, Debian 9 "Stretch" is released. And boy, the improvements it comes with over its  predecessor "Jessie"... impressive!! New 4.9 Linux kernel supporting newer hardware, improvements to apt and overall security beefed up. This leaves 3CX and Debian 8 users with some questions marks. Should Jessie users hold on a little [...]

By |November 15th, 2017|20 Comments

Installing 3CX on Linux Version: Debian 9 Stretch

As you may have already heard, Debian released a new Linux version of their popular operating system "Stretch". Those who tried to install 3CX on Linux version Stretch, quickly realised that the installation failed with a dependency error. Well, the reason is simple - 3CX repository was created to be compatible with Debian 8 - Jessie, and [...]

By |June 29th, 2017|4 Comments

The New Call Flow Designer in BETA

V15.5 brings back the VAD - more powerful, much improved and with a new name - Call Flow Designer. With the Call Flow Designer you can easily create call flows and voice applications running on 3CX that: Route calls based on user input, time or other variables Collect information from the user Store information in a [...]

By |May 26th, 2017|28 Comments

3CX V15 SP5: We Want your Feedback

This procedure is no longer valid. SP5 of V15 is coming soon! We're releasing a preview of it as part of our BETA Program and would like to hear your feedback before the final release. Our BETA Programs have proven to be a huge success with our community and it's always great to hear from you. [...]

By |February 15th, 2017|47 Comments

Linux Command Line – a Primer

For any technician coming from the Windows world, where almost anything can be achieved by moving, clicking, and dragging icons, nodes, or windows, the Linux command line can seem a little daunting. This primer should help break down some barriers. You've just managed to log in to a Linux Shell... ...so the first thing to keep [...]

By |February 2nd, 2017|Comments Off on Linux Command Line – a Primer

Why Debian for 3CX?

To answer this question, we need to split into its 2 hidden components: Question 1: Why Linux instead of Windows? Question 2: Why Debian instead of some other Linux Distribution? My Personal Preferences To tell the truth, I don't REALLY have preferences. My IT life is as hybrid as one can possibly get, I think: Office [...]

By |January 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on Why Debian for 3CX?