@JaredBusch Is it necessary to specify the [endpoint] command? It works for me even without specifying this command [endpoint]. For example, sip notify reboot-yealink 4287 or sip notify restart-yealink 4287 (depending on what I specified in the configuration file)
You are using sip not pjsip. The commands are different.
That said, the chan_sip driver is dead, and has been for years now. You need to switch to using the chan_pjsip driver.
I'm an "email first" person, it's my preferred tool for everything communications related. DeltaChat is great and is a WhatsApp / Telegram style chat client built on top of email. (That's actually a form of email client to check out just because it is interesting to see it and realize it is a mail client.) I've run email hosting businesses and run email for one of the world's biggest companies, so I'm pretty passionate about email 🙂
Zoho is definitely my number one. But it is proprietary.
If you want to see open source clients in action, I'd recommend starting with MailCow to see what is out there. RoundCube is big, too.
It's not just a list of all extensions, it's broken out into areas and departments, etc.
Yes, I imagine that would be the case for most companies.
The thing is that it would be helpful to have a system to manage it. Different companies, departments, persons or function will have different needs but a good system should be able to accommodate most of those needs with a minimal amount of work.
Integration between different system is what is need to avoid doing the same work in multiple places. The whole point of having things in a system instead of manually doing it, is to save time and provide organization and when possible automation.
I don't see a problem replacing files with better system on the technical level. But actually finding system that can get the job done without going with bespoke solutions can be tough. And bespoke software isn't cost effective in a lot of cases.
I think a paper copy only works until you're more than a page. We're still at a single page.
I think you can keep it going for quite some time - if you wanted to.
A long time ago I worked at a company that printed their own little phone book with all the internal extensions and numbers. It had maybe 30 pages or so.
I've moved most of our important stuff onto Proxmox over the last 2 to 3 years. It's been great.
I've been using the PBS as well for the backups - it's so much better than manually doing full backups of VMs (which was the case with KVM and it's tools).
So thumbs up for Proxmox from me.
We've been using PBS too for backups more recently.
Mesh of multiple locations like you have is simply asking for crypto to hit all the things.
Exactly what I've been telling them.
VPNs and AD the same. The mesh "should" not pose any threat because there should be nothing exposed over the mesh. But given the rest of the design, we can safely assume there are security holes everywhere and they are just trying to open more.
These are the flags that hackers look for for finding easy targets.
Not familiar with Wix at all, I'm afraid. They don't have a good reputation. The new GeoCities.
Well it does help me as I am still in a SOLO IT shop after 11 years...don't have time to code a website...
Is Wix saving you time? LOL
You don't code websites, you use tools like Hugo or Gatsby if you need something simple, or WordPress if you need a CMS.
One of the reasons those tools are recommended for businesses is the time savings.
It might actually help now, there's every possibility that it might actually be faster to move to something else than to troubleshoot Wix where you are dependent on their support.
Well, it also helps that the owners daughter wants control of website too so this is another reason I did Wix about 5-6 years ago.
That makes sense. WordPress is typically used specifically for that too, but doesn't tie you in to a vendor-only supported product where the host owns the site that you make. WP keeps you from being able to be extorted for support or whatever. That's its purpose (to allow easy editing by a staff of people.) Since WP is the best known tool, it's the one that best allows random third party people to be involved.
Definitely seems odd to pick Wix over WP.
Maybe they already knew it (the daughter). Wix is definitely my #1 platform to avoid. It's been the bane of the web since its inception. Just a totally shit product and lots of people avoid companies that host with it as being similar to using hotmail email instead of your domain.