2 votesMatt Healey shared this idea ·
146 votesHeather P responded
Thanks for the idea! This is on our backlog, but not something we plan to deliver in the short term. This feature remains open for voting.
It's the most voted-for feature... Meaning that the customers that pay for your product, and, who spend the time to help you develop your product, want this feature the most...
How is it not on your immediate-term roadmap?
Just noticed that PBXware has exactly the feature I'm asking for...
Or even a CUPS printer driver to print directly to Fax. This would negate the need to use email as a middle man.
There are a couple of ideas related to this.. either the fax number as the subject, or the fax number as part of the email address so for example email@example.com
33 votesVladimir Toncar responded
You may test Operator 2.4.0 in Hyper- V. We have not done extensive testing but we believe the new kernel in 2.4 should improve the compatibility with Hyper-V.
Please please please yes to this.
While it does work, we can't do application consistent backups using any of the VSS tools. Only crash consistent, which is really not ideal.
I would love to see full Hyper-V support, because frankly that's the only thing we actually deploy it on these days.
65 votesAdminHeather Paunet (Admin, GFI) responded
No short term plans to implement this. However, we’re keeping open so that we can hear from those who feel this is important. Thanks.
MP3 is not a native format for SIP calls, so you would have to transcode the file in real time to shunt it down the SIP channel. This adds unneeded CPU overhead.
Perhaps an alternative would be to allow MP3's to be imported, and then transcode and cache them once.