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voip answering machine to email

tSIP: create announcement file (wave S16LE, 8ksps); it must be as long as the longest call voicemail should record as call would be disconnected when file would end, thus it should consist of few ...
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VoIP conference with multiple incoming SIP calls

well there are two ways that comes in my mind: the first is sicking with SIP (which is fine)... so i would try Jitsi: it is free (as in beer and speech) capable of conference calls isn't available ...
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SIP (VoIP) program/app with automatic answering of calls

Almost any softphone has auto-answer option, but if you would like to compile something yourself I'd point to libre + librem + baresip. It can be built for any platform you mentioned (out of the box ...
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voip software to RECEIVE phone calls on computer

I found out that Skype offers phone numbers. You can choose between a three-month plan and a one-year plan. Then if you keep Skype running on your computer, someone (to whom you have given your ...
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Track down a caller from his ID

See either in softphone logs (but I don't know if cisco is making them) or using Wireshark where does the call is coming from. It might be direct IP call or call from PABX. If it comes from PABX then ...
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I want to build call center and hide the numbers from my workers

You can use Asterisk PBX, that will control outgoing calls. It has API so you can tell asterisk to dial numbers and the agents (workers) will not need to see them. What I have done in the past is ...
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Reliable alternatives to Skype Numbers / Local Phone for Android, for receiving calls to an overseas landline number?

You can set up one of the UK SIP-providers accounts which provide free DIDs. For example, Sticky Numbers provide toll-free UK-numbers (+4470) for free. However, they are expensive for the caller, not ...
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What's a good FOSS X-platform self-hosted VOIP program?

So, you have several options here, depending on if you're "just" looking for VOIP or if you're also looking for Video Chat. I've listed a couple, but there are likely to be MANY more options....
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Cheapest solution for phone number with automated message

It seems like MagicJack™ may prove to be useful to you. The standard installation involves a device connected to the internet (small box) getting power from a USB connector. That connector either ...
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Cross platform VoIP that runs on i386? (Trying to call my girlfriend)

As you just confirmed, a browser-based solution would be possible: There are services like Jitsi Meet. Your girlfriend could use a "native client" (there's a Desktop version available for ...
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SIP-client supporting playing audio to callee

baresip: https://github.com/baresip/baresip - command line, there are few modules for remote control though (including webserver), so it might be used with external GUI. tSIP: http://tomeko.net/...
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MacOS-app as replacement for snomD305-SIP

AnySIP client should work. Try LinPhone for example: https://www.linphone.org/
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Softphone (SIP client) for Windows with note taking capabilities per number

My tSIP has option to save text with contact and bring it on incoming and/or outgoing call or manually if you configure "Contact note" button. Local and global hotkeys can be assigned to buttons, so ...
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Minimalist VoIP smartphone application

Threema would fit your requirements almost completely: Isn't owned by Facebook, inc.: Nope. It's owned by Swiss-based Threema and has a strong focus on privacy. So it's just the opposite to those "...
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Calling app that doesn't require sim card and can split ring tone and voice audio on two different outputs

After testing numerous apps I ended up using an app called JusTalk. It doesn't tick the open source box, but it does work as intended. The ring tone comes out of the phone speaker and the conversation ...
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VoIP Software for small business that allows numbers from other countries

Take a look at some affordable web-based software like CrazyCall. It's a simple online calling application that offers local phone numbers from different countries worldwide, including those, from ...
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Terminal-based VoIP over LAN on Linux

Pjsua or baresip. These are "regular" SIP endpoints so they are compatible with other softphones or SIP desk phones. PABX/softswitch is not necessary if you know other peer IP/port.
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Terminal-based VoIP over LAN on Linux

Mumble has CLI clients and its' server, Murmur, is very small. There is also Barnard, which has a few forks, if main repo turns out to be abandoned.
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voip software to RECEIVE phone calls on computer

You can try CrazyCall for this purpose as well. There are quite a lot of phone numbers from different countries to choose from and incoming calls are completely for free. It works both as a web-based ...
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voip software to RECEIVE phone calls on computer

There are currently (I can't speak for the future) three related services that when used in combination can help you, although most people probably don't know that they can be used without a mobile ...
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Incoming call center software

I've been working with Voiptimecloud Inbound call centre software for some time,they specialize in developing inbound, outbound and blended software. By the way, inbound software has lots of benefits ...
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VoIP software for use on a smartphone

Signal from open whisper systems would be a good bet as it is open source and is recommended by the EFF and many security experts. It meets most of your needs as it is end to end encrypted, supports ...
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VOIP/IM Server most secure software

if you want to stick with the well known standards sip, srtp and zrtp have a look at Ostel or to be more concrete OSTN from the Guardian Project. for a "closed environment/user-base" Mumble (with its ...
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Channel distortion/noise simulation on recorded audio files

You can use Matlab or its open source alternative Octave. An example of how this can be accomplished in Matlab: Here is the code that I used: load handel.mat % An example dataset ...
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Free alternative to the Ozeki Webphone?

You can try PortSIP PBX with PortSIP WebRTC Gateway solution, it allows you make & receive audio/video call in browser.
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Free incoming wifi (VOIP) calls

Consider DIDWW. They are nice enough for your requirements: they offer DIDs in US jurisdiction in almost all states. The average cost of a DID number is 1-1.5$ monthly, which perfectly fits your upper ...
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.NET VoIP library

I am using Ozeki SDK, According my experience the latest versions(1.3.7 and 1.3.8) is not working as expected in some cases. Also almost there is no support at all. I am testing https://sites.google....
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