Asterisk Phonebook is a common shared phone book directory built for Asterisk PBX. It stores names and numbers into a database which is used by clients. In addition, the central directory can be opened by snom phones, in which the XML-side of the Asterisk PBX is fetched. Incoming calls are displayed with their name, and number-to-name resolution will look up from the local and global phone books. Calls from PSTN resolve through the landline provider.
MeetmeAutoMute is a utility for Asterisk that can automatically mute participants in a Meetme conference. This can be handy for when you are using the conference to broadcast some audio (like during a speech or presentation, and do not want to have people interfere with the speaker. It is written in Python and uses the AMI through the pyst library. Everything is configurable through a config file, and can be controlled at run time through the use of "signals". An "init.d" style bash script is included that will start the app as a background daemon.
FreeSentral is an easy-to-use IP PBX based on the telephony engine Yate. Some of its features include call forward, extension groups, call logs, call hunt, call hold, Auto Attendant, call pick up, call transfer, conference, and voicemail. The demo offers a glance into how FreeSentral works. A wizard assists users on their first configuration of the IP PBX.
Asterisk Presence Panel is a simple application that allows the user to monitor the status of extensions on multiple Asterisk based PBX systems. The application connects to the Asterisk server using the manager interface. When it starts, it uses a manager command to probe the status of the extension, after which it relies on the extension status messages in the manager session to update its status. The application features contact groups, the ability to click to dial a contact, computer driven dialling for any number, the ability to connect to multiple Asterisk servers, and integration with the system tray on supported platforms.