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The 3CX IP PBX Tutorial

By : Robert Lloyd, Matthew M. Landis, Matthew M Landis
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The 3CX IP PBX Tutorial

By: Robert Lloyd, Matthew M. Landis, Matthew M Landis

Overview of this book

Traditional PBX systems have often been expensive and proprietary. With 3CX, you can now create an easy-to-use, complete, and cost-effective phone system on Microsoft Windows. This practical guide offers the insight that a reader needs to exploit the potential that 3CX has to offer.This practical hands-on book covers everything you need to know about designing, installing and customizing 3CX to create an all-inclusive phone system. It takes a real-world approach that walks you through all aspects of 3CX and its features. From installing the software, to backing things up, to understanding what hardware you need – this book covers it all.The 3CX IP PBX Tutorial will take you from knowing very little about VoIP to almost expert level with detailed how-tos on every aspect of 3CX. Starting with the basics, and covering the free version of 3CX as well as the more advanced features of the Enterprise version, you will learn it all.In other words, this book covers numerous topics such as installation and configuration of 3CX, choosing a VoIP Provider, integration of a trunk into 3CX, the commonly used 3CX hardware, and backing up your phone system.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
The 3CX IP PBX Tutorial
Credits
About the Authors
About the Reviewer
Preface

About the Reviewer

William England (WJE) started his professional IT background in 1991 after receiving training from a leading software house in Unix and Xenix before moving on to Microsoft Operating systems with the advent of Windows NT and further releases of Windows.

In 1995, William set up the IT and networking arm of William J England & Son Ltd, offering various IT-based services from installation, support and consultancy for local and overseas companies.

With the increasing need for e-mail and enhanced telecommunications William extended his area of expertise to GSM cellular distribution to complement the existing service level, together with e-mail and hosting solutions, anti spam, content security, and eventually VoIP.