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#22170 19-May-2008 12:32
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I've had more experience with Trixbox as far as I can tell both products are similar. I've had a recommendation from someone whos helping me setup a new PBX overseas to go with Elastix so just wondering if anyone has had any real world experience with Elastix and can comment on reliability of it compared to Trixbox which has been around longer.

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  #131752 19-May-2008 12:40
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Found Elastix to be "nicer", with some extra SMB features, as well as being generally 'tidier' to use.

I find Trixbox to be a little messier, but just better overall. I used Elastix 0.9.something, and havent tried again since.







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