System Setup Guide
Getting started with MyOffice PBX business phone system. (This won't take long!)

#1 Basic Account Settings

The account settings for the currently logged on user. Status, Language, Time Zone and Password

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#2 Creating Your First Extension

No matter what your plans are for your new PBX, your first step will almost always be to create extensions.  Extensions are basically phones or other user devices used to receive and make phone calls, while extension dialing provides a shorter, more memorable way of dialing other users internally on the PBX phone system. With MyOffice PBX, you can create as many extensions as you need. So let's begin creating your first extension.

#3 Registering Phones

MyOffice PBX works with most SIP-based phones and other VoIP devices.  In this example, we'll use the free softphone from ZoIPer (Windows version) to register to one of our newly created extensions.  We'll also show you an example of registering a Grandstream phone with your PBX.

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#4 Setting Up Inbound Destination

Next, we'll show you how to route incoming calls. Setting up an inbound destination determines where an incoming call will go (e.g.extension, IVR Menu, Ring Group, external phone number). 

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#5 Outbound Call Routing

Outbound call routing is automatically setup by IPComms.  There is no need to make any outbound routing changes.

#6 Creating Your First Ring Group

In this example we'll show you how group extensions together into groups and define a rule for delivering calls to extensions within that group.

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#7 Creating Your Recordings

Recordings give you the opportunity to play pre-recorded messages, to your callers.  Once you have a recording made you can use the recordings in different areas of MyOffice PBX. In order to create a custom Auto Attendant (IVR), we must first create a custom recordings. There are two ways to create a recording.  You can record one via your phone or upload a pre-recorded ".wav" file. 

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#8 Creating an Auto Attendant (IVR)

Auto Attendants allow your calls to be automatically answered for you 24/7, giving you time to focus on your business without having to manage incoming call routing.

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#9 Time Conditions


The Time Conditions module is used to control call flow based upon time and date. The Time Conditions app creates a destination to which you can route calls.

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