By default FreePBX sends voicemail attachments as WAV files which don’t work particularly well on smartphones and can end up being fairly large. Here’s a walkthrough on how to enable MP3 attachments in FreePBX. Continue Reading →
I eager read through the latest Keynote speech from Google I/O 2013 and saw the release of the new Google Hangouts features. These essentially replace Google Talk with group chat, group video and a few other bits, but don’t go as far as adding SMS support yet. However I was (not that) surprised to see that I had to enable the features in our Google Apps for Business account first.
I received an email today stating that the Adobe Connectusers.com forum has suffered a security breach.
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We’ve been experiencing quite a lot of delays when trying to commission new BT services over the last few months. Typically this has seen an analogue line, which would take about 5 days, take up to 6 weeks. Continue Reading →
One of our clients asked us how to go about preventing the use of certain Google services for some, but not all, of their users. In this case YouTube but it could equally be Blogger or Google Analytics. Here’s how to go about doing it from scratch.
I recently received the Jelly Bean (4.1) update for my Samsung S3. While the update itself has really improved the (relatively poor) performance of the phone, the one thing I wanted was Google Now. The one thing I didn’t get was Google Now. If you are missing Google Now this might be why.
It’s often handy to share your mailbox with other users. While it’s not as straightforward or fluid as if you are using Outlook it’s certainly very workable and useful.
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I’ve been meaning to read through the latest McAfee Quarterly Threat Report. It always makes interesting, if somewhat scary, reading. The latest edition is no different, particularly if you are an Android using, Macbook owning someone in the US. Continue Reading →