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  2. We can't believe it's already spring! And rest assured, this is the one piece of content this year that is not generated by ChatGPT! Highlights From Q1 We are thrilled to kick off the new year with the announcement of our AI Team! We are utilizing Generative AI to develop enhanced features and functionality for our existing products and services, such as auto-generated conference recaps, chatbots, and voicebots for level-1 support. By investing in AI technology, we are positioning ourselves as a leader in the industry and ensuring that we remain at the forefront of innovation. On the heels of launching our AI Team, we were awarded with TMCnet's Remote Work Pioneer Award. The award honors companies whose software and other solutions support the massive increase in remote working brought on by the Coronavirus Pandemic. “2600Hz is being honored for their achievement in bringing innovation and excellence to the market, while leveraging the latest technology trends,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. We were also honored to receive TMCnet's IP Telephony Product of the Year two years running, and we are proud of our team for engineering and maintaining such a strong platform. “In the opinion of our judges and editorial team, KAZOO has proven to be among the best communications and technology solutions available on the market. I look forward to continued leadership from 2600Hz," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. This quarter has kept us busy with several conferences. Co-CEO and Co-Founder, Patrick Sullivan, recently attended Cloud Connections Alliance Florida, a conference for cloud industry leaders, and participated in a "Future of Platforms" panel alongside leaders from Cisco, Microsoft, and Alianza. Our new Vice President of International Sales, Ilian Hafouzov, attended leading European conferences, including MWC Barcelona, an event where technology, community, and commerce converge. And recently, Ilian attended Cloud Comms Summit London, where he participated in an interesting discussion on the current state of cloud communications and what the future holds for this technology. Marketing Updates It wouldn’t be a 2600Hz newsletter without some media and press updates. Here are a few highlights from Q1: What is 10DLC and how can you prepare? As the volume of SMS messaging has increased, so too have concerns about spam and fraudulent messages. To address these concerns, the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) has introduced a new framework for SMS messaging known as 10DLC. Read our latest blog post to find out more about this new framework. We welcomed the new year with a new badge! G2, the largest and most trusted software marketplace, named us a high performer for winter 2023. With several 5-star reviews, we are expanding our platform into a larger market. Channel Futures featured 2600Hz as a Top CPaaS Provider, making special note of our comprehensive go-to-market approach and API-based enterprise communications. Patrick Sullivan, was recently on LinkedIn Live with Evan Kristel, discussing CPaaS, and how CX and CPaaS are intertwined. Read our latest company profile in ChannelVision Magazine. Excellent overview of our products! We're expanding our reach into global markets. Read our blog post on MWC Barcelona.
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  4. @mc_ Appreciate you asking and following up persistently. We do appreciate this project and all of the work that was freely given to the community. Still can't help feeling antsy as we thought the release of 5.x would have come a lot sooner. Just as important as the actual release is setting the expectation of when it will be released. I for one don't want my superiors questioning whether we should continue with Kazoo vs FreePBX. I'm sure you understand.
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  6. Hello @DonnieSims and welcome! Very glad to have you and your wealth of experience here amongst us. Looking forward to your journey with the open source dabbling, and def don't hesitate to just ask questions around here or Erik in sales if it gets to that point, we're lucky to have a very knowledgeable and helpful community and team!
  7. Hi Everyone! I've started to play around with Kazoo open source looking at it’s potential as a hosted platform as we evaluate what's available in the market on our journey for a new hosted platform. Personally I have around 15 years of PBX/Telephony experience, with my colleagues having many more.
  8. So they decided to post a 2022 report just this month? LOL!
  9. https://forums.2600hz.com/forums/topic/14065-2022-q4-newsletter/
  10. If that is the case, and I sincereley hope its not, then I think someone from 2600Hz / Kazoo should say that so that people that are on the fence either using 4.3 and awaiting 5.x or those that are just waiting for it to begin with to make a decision on what direction to go can make an informed decision. It was originally stated that 5.x would be OSS, so if the powers that be have changed their decision on that, please let us know.
  11. Because there is no roadmap. They indicated 3+ years ago that they would release a app market before they would release Kazoo 5. That app market has never come to fruition. I don't think there any more plans on Open Source. Even their Quaterly News report stopped over a year ago.
  12. Meantime? They have gone silent on anything with regards to open source. Even Sangoma has announced plans to go all SaaS in the future.
  13. I don't think I've seen a roadmap for 5.x OSS release. Would be nice if they did, because I assume there would be some community assistance in debugging and features. I've got one of my guys that I've asked to start learning Erlang so that we can assist when that day comes.
  14. Do we even know if we will get a new version in time so we can get off Centos7 before it hits EOL?
  15. Hi @AsifHaswarey welcome to the community 🙂
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  17. Hi everyone! I'm here to learn everything about Kazoo starting with Telephony. _ Asif
  18. Hi @Lidiomar welcome back to the community! It's great to have someone with your level of experience in telecommunications join us. We look forward to seeing your contributions and interactions with everyone 🙂
  19. I'm Lidiomar Farias, I've been working with telecommunications in Brazil for over 15 years. I work in the area of IP PBX, Interconnections, VOIP, SS7, etc. I work with IP PBX solutions. Consultancy, etc and I am very excited to be part of the community, although I have an old registration (2018), I will have more interactions with everyone now. Hug.
  20. Hi @omnicap, lets get started indeed and very welcome to the community 🙂
  21. Ramen


    Hi @Fordy very very welcome to the community 🙂
  22. Thank you @MattForrest, I solved it on the client side as I gave it to get it resolved on the backend side. I am going to test the above callflow to see if it works as I am still on Kazoo 4.3 Appreciated Yazan
  23. Fordy


    Hi all, new member incoming!
  24. SELinux looks involved, you might try disabling it to let rabbitmq start.
  25. You might instead look into defining a storage plan that can store the recordings to your S3/GoogleDrive/HTTP server of choice. A basic guide:https://docs.2600hz.com/dev/doc/blog/storage/ HTTP guide: https://docs.2600hz.com/dev/applications/crossbar/doc/storage.http/
  26. Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl polkitd[634]: Registered Authentication Agent for unix-process:2821:37166 (system bus name :1.25 [/usr/bin/pkttyagent --notify-fd 5 --f Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl systemd[1]: Starting RabbitMQ Broker Configured for Kazoo... Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl systemd[1]: Started RabbitMQ Broker Configured for Kazoo. Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl polkitd[634]: Unregistered Authentication Agent for unix-process:2821:37166 (system bus name :1.25, object path /org/freedesktop/Policy Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl kazoo-rabbitmq[2836]: /usr/sbin/kazoo-rabbitmq: line 50: /usr/lib/rabbitmq/bin/rabbitmq-server: No such file or directory Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl systemd[1]: kazoo-rabbitmq.service: main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl systemd[1]: Unit kazoo-rabbitmq.service entered failed state. Mar 08 10:57:34 sip.voip4jou.nl systemd[1]: kazoo-rabbitmq.service failed. Is what i see
  27. Please refer to: Campaign Registry - Knowledge Base for more information and how-tos. Verify the DID you are using for SMS is with Bandwidth, can check that here: FreeCarrierLookup The following guide is meant as a basic brand setup and campaign setups to start campaigns. First you will sign up for The Campaign Registry. Once the account is made, you will sign into a Dashboard. Next, you will establish a brand. After establishing a brand, you can then start creating a Campaign Select your use case after selecting your verified Brand. You will then see the terms regarding your campaign type with the various carriers Next, you will need to enter your Campaign information. The information needed will vary based on the type of campaign selected. Next, and most importantly, select Bandwidth for the carrier, and select “VoIP Inc” as the Reseller. If you do not have any resellers, simply add VoIP Inc. with the following info. Next, Simply open a ticket with Support, providing your new Campaign ID, along with the DID you wish to use the Campaign ID with. support@2600hz.com
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