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    Default [SOLVED] One Asterisk-Zimlet per domain

    Hi all,

    I'm very new to zimbra and I want to run one zimbra server for two different companies. This should work by configuring two different domains, right?

    Both companies have an Asterisk server (separated machines). I would like to connect and integrate both Asterisk servers with zimbra but I don't see the possibilty to specify one Asterisk server per domain.

    Is their a way to do this? Maybe by loading the zimlet twice with to different configurations?

    Thanks in advance,
    schogge

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    Hmm, is not possible or is it not clear what I want to do?

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    Welcome to the forums,

    I haven't tested the zimlet but it don't seems to be able to do that for now.
    The "http://192.168.1.254" is hardcoded

    You'll have to ask some developpers to upgrade it.

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    Please file a RFE and then we can all vote on it

    Updated: Please vote for Bug 27898 - Asterisk Zimlet: Allow select of target server
    Last edited by uxbod; 05-13-2008 at 02:42 AM. Reason: raised a RFE

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    Guys,

    thanks for your answers and support!

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