Jolt Select Dial PBX
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Make a PBX call from selected text

This Google Chrome Extension is built for FreePBX. It allows you to either highlight a number then right click and select call or click the icon in the extension menu and type or paste in the number to call. This will also require you to add a php file to your pbx server to accept the incoming request and to make a manager user which you will enter in the php file. Download PHP File at GitHub Link below Instructions on how to configure Chrome Extension Instructions on how to configure PHP File --------------------------------- NEW IN VERSION 1.5.1: -Added in a re-dial last number link in the popup window. -Added 3 speed dial slots which can be programmed in in the Options menu. -General bug fixes. --------------------------------- NEW IN VERSION 1.7.1: -Speed Dial now allows you to add unlimited numbers. -General bug fixes.

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Greg RoddenJan 9, 2017


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Patrick SloanJan 15, 2016

I had to change Line 15 to $strChannel = "PJSIP/".$ext; so it would work with pjsip, besides that I love it.

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Devon LyonsNov 5, 2015

Works as intended, my only wish for future would be the ability to just click the number in Chrome, not highlight it and right click.


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    September 1, 2022
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    English (United States)
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    730 Airport Rd Lakewood, NJ 08701-5994 US
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