One way of keeping a little black book for all your telephone contacts is through-
After doing a backup of asterisk from one system, and restoring to a fresh build, you may find that when someone goes to voicemail, there is a seconds silence then it drops out. If you use *97 and try to record a message, it immediately drops back to the options to save the message without.
This tutorial will enable you to create or migrate an elastix asterisk voip server on a HyperV virtual machine. This uses the latest stable version of elastix (1.6 at time of writing), but I expect the v2 beta should work with the same methods. Download the Elastix 1.6 ISO from http://www.elastix.org/en/downloads.html Create a new virtual.
The instructions here http://www.vmware.com/support/ws55/doc/ws_newguest_tools_linux.html presume –
I have my home phone as well is business phones running through the same server. I –
I recently found this method of doing the backup/restore http://www2.elastix.org/en/component/kunena/116-security/47135-how-to-backup-elastix-for-migration.html?Itemid=58 A few things to be aware of Make sure the Elastix version is the same or higher than the version that you are transferring the backup .tar file from. Otherwise if you try to transfer to an earlier version the extensions will not transfer across.