A small business was setting up a new office and had acquired VOIP phones as well as a legacy Asterisk server with the premises. They wanted to make use of the existing equipment to provide a cost-effective phone presence, but lacked the in-house expertise to do it themselves.
The legacy server was restored to a standard configuration, Asterisk software reinstalled and configured to use the new SIP service. The client’s requirements for call handling and routing were programmed into the system. Then it was integrated into their mail system in order to allow delivery of voice messages to their email. Time-based routing feature was used to allow redirection of calls outside office hours.