Apps supporting NetBSD: Callweaver and Axigen Mail Server 6
found two applications that support NetBSD in their
recent versions, Callweaver and the Axigen Mail Server.
explains that Callweaver is one of very few existing Asterisk spinoffs:
``There are plenty of integrated servers that bundle other applications like FreePBX, HUD lite, SugarCRM, and such, but few forks. In fact I only know of one, and that is Callweaver. Callweaver used to call istself OpenPBX, but then had to change because the name was already taken. Why go to all the work and hassle of maintaining a fork? The Callweaver FAQ tells why?primarily for community control, to have the freedom to implement different features, and to use different libraries for core functions. One example is replacing Asterisk's core DSP (digital signal processor) with SpanDSP. SpanDSP is a complete software fax machine, and it provides superior digital signal processing. Another one is that Callweaver uses SQLite for the internal database instead of Berkeley DB 1.0, which is so old it's moldy.
Callweaver is based on Asterisk 1.2. Don't let the older Asterisk version number bother you; they've gone well beyond it and offer a range of features that Asterisk doesn't, such as STUN support for SIP NAT traversal, full T.38 fax support, and multi-platform support. Asterisk will run on any operating system that you can get it to compile on, but is supported only on Linux. Callweaver supports Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, MacOS X, and OpenSolaris.''
There is a
PC Pro article
that tells about Axigen Mail Server 6: It claims to be a
``capable and scalable mail server that's easy to set up and use.
Axigen provides SMTP, IMAP and POP3 services. It also offers a range of security and filtering options, plus support for content filtering, antivirus and antispam software.
Linux, including Red Hat Enterprise, Fedora, CentOS, SuSE, Novell and Debian, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Sun Solaris.''
[Tags: asterisk, axigen, callweaver, Products]