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OCS - pbxnsip Integration: Feedback on live installs?


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Hi Matt, :)

 

we run it here at ITaCS with pbxnsip from the first second. Starting in year 2006 with Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Beta (+ later OCS beta) we get in contact with Snom & pbxnsip. We run our system since circa 08-2007 completly with OCS 2007 and ExchangeUM. (btw.: we dont sell any software or hardware - we are an MS focused consulting enterprise.)

 

In 2007 and 2008 we ran the whole Microsoft CeBIT (world's largest IT fair) booth on pbxnsip, OCS, ExUM, and a Mix of Snom and Tanjay's + Catalinas, RoundTables etc. Please take a look at this picture:

 

CeBIT_2008_-_Microsoft_UCC_Infrastructure

 

Is this live enough for you? :)

 

And with this Wiki-Guide your first test setup might be suprisingly easy and painless, like the whole administrative part of pbxnsip.

 

conclusion: Yes it is a great combination, especially for SMB (if you mean Small and Mid-Size Bussiness).

 

best regards

Jan

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Hi Matt, :)

 

we run it here at ITaCS with pbxnsip from the first second. Starting in year 2006 with Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Beta (+ later OCS beta) we get in contact with Snom & pbxnsip. We run our system since circa 08-2007 completly with OCS 2007 and ExchangeUM. (btw.: we dont sell any software or hardware - we are an MS focused consulting enterprise.)

 

In 2007 and 2008 we ran the whole Microsoft CeBIT (world's largest IT fair) booth on pbxnsip, OCS, ExUM, and a Mix of Snom and Tanjay's + Catalinas, RoundTables etc. Please take a look at this picture:

 

CeBIT_2008_-_Microsoft_UCC_Infrastructure

 

Is this live enough for you? :)

 

And with this Wiki-Guide your first test setup might be suprisingly easy and painless, like the whole administrative part of pbxnsip.

 

conclusion: Yes it is a great combination, especially for SMB (if you mean Small and Mid-Size Bussiness).

 

best regards

Jan

 

Hi Jan,

 

I expected you might reply. ;-) thanks.

 

>>your first test setup might be suprisingly easy and painless, like the whole administrative part of pbxnsip.

After using several other pc based ippbx's I am amazed at the ease of use, smooth operation and stability of pbxnsip. We have been a snom and microsoft shop for some time so pbxnsip seems to be a good fit.

 

Yes, you answered my question well.

 

Thanks,

matt

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