1.Introduction

Disk space management is one of the real challenges in organizations that are legally mandated to save phone conversation recordings. 3CX Recording Manager is a 3CX/ PBX plugin, that makes the job easy for you by enabling you to archive 3CX recordings as MP3 files to an alternate location (on a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device for example), or to an alternate email address. MP3 files require a fraction of the space needed compared to WAV files (approximately 1/7 the original size).

Providing an automated method of reducing the file size, and making an archive copy of the recording to an alternate location, will help reduce storage requirements and ensure a permanent copy of the recording is saved. The retention policy will automatically delete old recordings that are older than the specified date.

1.1. What is Recording Manager?

3CX Recording Manager is a 3CX/PBX plugin that allows you to easily manage (archive, compress, purge) your call recordings using simple web portal. You can record individual calls on an ad-hoc basis, record all calls made by a specific extension(s), or record all calls on the entire phone system.

1.2. Why Recording Manager?

3CX Recording Manager makes everything EASY!

1. Easy to find, listen, and manage 3CX Recordings

2. Easy to install/update

3. Easy to use with standard browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari)

4. Easy access via PC, MAC, or Smart Phone

5. Easy to delete old recordings that take up lots of space on the server

6. Easy to administer using the built-in 3CX login database

7. Easy to manage which extensions are recorded right from the web portal

8. Easy to purchase (uses free tools from Microsoft)

1.3. How to Use Recording Manager?

3CX Recording Manager is a one-time installation process. Once you install it, the recordings can be maintained based on the Delete Policy and Archive Policy that you set at the time of installation.

1.4. 3CX Recording Manager as a Remote Server Support

3CX Recording Manager can be installed either directly on the 3CX server, or on a remote server. Installing on a remote server requires installation of the 3CX Relay Agent on the 3CX Server, but the Windows service, SQL Server, and web portal can all be installed on separate servers.

2.Prerequisites

Before you begin with the installation steps mentioned in this guide, you need to ensure that your computer meets the minimum requirements mentioned below for installing 3CX Recording Manager.

1. 3CX Version V18

2. Windows 10 or above / Windows Server 2012 (64 bit) or above

3. Microsoft SQL Server 2014 or above (Including the free SQL Express edition)

4. To play recordings within browser requires HTML5 audio support

5. .Net 4.7.2 or above

6. Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) 7.2 or above

7. Installation on a Domain Controller is possible but will require VoIPTools technical assistance @ $115 per hour

• When installing SQL Server, we recommend you install it in “Mixed Mode” to include SQL Authentication, and install SQL Management Studio

• When installing IIS, be sure to install Basic Authentication, .Net Extensibility, and ASP.Net 4.X

3.Installation


Download software

You can order 3CX Recording Manager on-line at https://www.voiptools.com.  Your order confirmation email will include your license key and a link to download the software.

 


Install Prerequisites

There are a number of prerequisites that must be installed prior to installing 3CX Recording Manager. These prerequisites include Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) and Microsoft SQL Server

 


Install 3CX Recording Manager

This User Guide contains step-by-step instructions to successfully install 3CX Recording Manager. Run the setup program named 3CXRecordingManagerInstaller.exe and then follow the instructions as mentioned in the manual.


Register Your License Key

You must register your license key to activate 3CX Recording Manager. Your license key is included in your order confirmation email, and can also be found in your order history on our website.


Configure Email Server Settings

3CX Recording Manager can email your recordings to you automatically. You have 4 choices: (1) email recordings to the person who initiated the recording, (2) email all recordings to a single address, (3) have emails sent to the person who initiated the recording and a central address, (4) email new recording notes, or (5) do not email recordings.


Configure Retention Policy

3CX Recording Manager can be configured to automatically delete old recordings, thus helping to conserve disk space. It can also automatically convert recordings to .MP3 format and save the recordings at an alternate location. You can also have recordings deleted after emailing the recording.

4.Step By Step Installation Procedure

The following section guides you through a detailed walk-through of the installation process:

Step 1:  Download ‘3CX Recording Manager’.  

You can locate the software download link included in your order confirmation email. As an alternative, you can also find the link from your order history on our website.

Step 2:  Install Prerequisites

Click on the software installer that was downloaded in step 1 above. The installation wizard will automatically identify the needed prerequisites and assist you with the install of the prerequisites needed to run ‘3CX Recording Manager’. These include .NET Framework (Web Installer), SQL Server Express (Web Installer) and, SQL Server Management Studio.

1). Click the downloaded installer executable to launch the Prerequisites Setup Wizard and click Next.


Figure 1: Prerequisites Setup Wizard

2). In the Prerequisites window, the installer will identify the missing prerequisites. It is important that you install all the required prerequisites. However, you can select/unselect the applications to be installed based on your unique requirements. Click Next to continue.


Figure 2: Select Prerequisites to Install

3). The installer will download and install the selected applications.


Figure 3: Prerequisites Installation in progress

4). If you have selected to install “SQL Server Express”, the Microsoft SQL Server License Terms page will display. Click Accept to acknowledge the license terms and continue.


Figure 4: SQL Server Express: Accept License Terms

5). In the next window, the Media Location field displays the SQL Server Media target location. If required, you can browse to change the location. Click Install to begin the installation of SQL Server Express.


Figure 5: SQL Server Express: Target Location

6. Once the prerequisites are installed successfully, click Close.


Figure 6: SQL Server Express: Installed Successfully

7. Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio begins to install. Once the installation is complete, click Next


Figure 7: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio: Installation in progress

8. In the confirmation message box, click Yes to reboot the computer.


Figure 8: SQL Server Express: Reboot your computer

Step 3: Start the installation process

1). After all the prerequisites are installed, the 3CX Recording Manager Setup Wizard appears. Click Next to Continue.


Figure 9: 3CX Recording Manager Setup Wizard

2). On the Select Installation Folder window, the Folder field displays the location where the ‘3CX Recording Manager’ will be installed. Note that you cannot change the path.


Figure 10: Installation Folder Location

3). Click Next to continue.

Step 4: Test Relay Settings

1). In the 3CX Relay Services window, in the Relay Host field, enter the IP address or FQDN of your 3CX server.


Figure 11: Test VoIPTools 3CX Relay settings

2). To maximize security, we strongly urge you to configure the Relay and 3CX Recording Manager to use of https (TLS encryption).  To use TLS security, ensure the Relay Port is set to 8801 and the Protocol to HTTPS.  However, if your Relay is not configured to use TLS encryption, change the Relay Port to 8800 and the Protocol to HTTP.


Figure 12: Relay Protocol

3). Click Test Relay Settings to confirm ‘3CX Recording Manager’ can communicate with the Relay services running on the 3CX server.

If the test was unsuccessful: 

(1) confirm you have the correct firewall port open (default TCP 8801) on the 3CX server and the firewall protecting the 3CX server.
(2) confirm that you have entered the correct IP address / FQDN for the 3CX server.
(3) confirm that 3CX Recording Manager and the Relay are using the same port and protocol.

4). If the ‘3CX Recording Manager’ is successfully able to communicate with the Relay services that run on the 3CX server, a Success message box appears. Click OK. If the test fails, you will not be able to continue until communication with the relay is established.


Figure 13: Success message box

5). Click Next to continue with the installation.

Step 5: Configure the database

When configuring 3CX Recording Manager, select an existing Microsoft SQL Server instance in your environment.  The database server can be a remote SQL Server (How-to configure SQL Server to permit remote connections), or a local instance running on the VoIPTools server.

1). On the SQL Database window, in the Server field, select the desired instance of SQL Server

We encourage you to use SQL Authentication rather than Windows authentication.  Many of our tools leverage a Call Flow Designer (CFD) application running on the 3CX.  Frequently our CFD applications require access to a SQL database.  If the 3CX server and the database server are not in an Active Directory domain, Windows authentication will fail.  To use SQL authentication, your SQL Server must be configured to run in “Mixed Mode”.  If you installed SQL Server with one of our tools, we configure SQL in “Mixed Mode”.


Figure 14: SQL Authentication

2). To use SQL Authentication, be sure to uncheck the Trusted Connection checkbox.

3). In the Username and Password fields, enter valid SQL login account credentials


Figure 15: Configure Database

4). To use Windows Integrated Authentication (not recommended), check the Trusted Connection (Windows integrated authentication) checkbox.

5). In the Database field, the installer will automatically display the default database name.  We encourage you to use the default name.  If you are upgrading or reinstalling 3CX Recording Manager, select the existing database name from the list.

6). Click the Test Sql Connection button to confirm connectivity to SQL Server and then click Next to continue.


Figure 16: Test SQL Connection

Step 6: Installing 3CX Recording Manager

1). In the Ready to Install window, click Install to start the installation of the ‘3CX Recording Manager’.


Figure 17: Install 3CX Recording Manager

2). The application installation progresses.


Figure 18: Installation of ‘3CX Recording Manager’ in Progress

3). Once the installation is complete, check Launch 3CX Recording Manager check box and then click Finish. The 3CX Recording Manager configuration screen opens. If you want to simply close the installer without opening the configuration screen, then simply uncheck Launch 3CX Recording Manager check box and then click Finish


Figure 19: Installation Complete

5.3CX Recording Manager Configuration Screen

The 3CX Recording Manager Settings screen enables you to register the software, configure recording path, archive path, email server settings, time zone, import existing records, set retention policy and connect to web portal.

5.1. License screen: Register Software

Registration is required to authorize your license key. Registering also makes it possible for VoIPTools to provide a replacement key if your license key is ever lost. Also, it enables VoIPTools to notify you of any product updates, and reminders if your key is reaching the renewal date.

1. Click License tab and enter registration information.

2. Click Register


Figure 20: Register Software

3. Confirmation message box appears. Click OK.


Figure 21: Success message box

5.2. Import screen

The Import screen enables you to import recording files. Based on the recording path that you have mentioned in 3CX, the Recording Manager automatically inserts the recordings into the database. If you have selected to ‘Archive’ the recordings then simultaneously while importing, the Recording Manager will also archive the recordings.

5.2.1. Import Recording Files

1. In the Import tab, click Import button. The ‘3CX Recording Manager’ automatically gets the recording path from 3CX and inserts the recordings data into database. Simultaneously, the recordings also will be archived if you have selected Archive option in Retention tab.


Figure 22: Import Screen

2. If you want to fetch the recording creation date time from the file name, then click Advanced Settings and then check Use the recording date embedded in the file name checkbox.


Figure 23: Use Recording Date Embedded in File Name

3. If you want to import the recordings of specific extension range then, in the Import Restrictions section, check All Extensions or Range check box and then enter Start and End extension range that you want to import.

4. If you want to import the files since the last import date check Import starting from last import date and select the appropriate date from the date drop down.

5. Click Save.

5.3. 3CX screen: Set Recording Path

1. Under Web Portal Rights section:

a. From the Download rights dropdown, select desired option to control who can download recordings in the web portal.

b. From the Email rights dropdown, select desired option to control who can email the recorded audio files in the web portal.

c. From the Delete rights dropdown, select desired option to control who can delete recordings in the web portal.

d. Check Record Only Inbound External Calls check box to instruct 3CX Recording Manager to record only inbound external calls.


Figure 24: Set Recording Path

2. Under Transcribe section:

a. Check Transcribe Recordings checkbox if you want to transcribe the recordings. You can also choose the list of extensions that you wish to transcribe in the Web portal of ‘3CX Recording Manager’.

b. In the Google Speech Service Account File Path field, choose the file path of the JSON file that you get after creating a Google cloud account.

c. In the Cloud Storage Bucket Name field, enter the bucket name that you have created in your google cloud account so that the recordings which are more than 1 minute will be uploaded to cloud and then transcribed and will be deleted from cloud after transcrbing.

To know how to setup Google Cloud Account for usage of Speech-to-Text transcription, click here.

3. Click Save to save the changes that you have just made to the 3CX tab.

5.4. Recording Mover: Configure Recording Mover Settings

Recording Mover tab enables you to configure settings so that you can move recordings from one server to another server using API.

The changes made to ‘Recording Mover’ settings will be effective only after restarting ‘3CX Recording Manager’ service.

1. In the Recording Mover tab, check Move Recordings checkbox to enable and configure Recording Mover settings.

2. In the Queues section, check all the desired queues whose recordings you want to move to the configured server.

3. In the Groups section, check all the desired groups whose recordings you want to move to the configured server.

4. In the Server section:

i. In the URL field, enter the url of the server to which you want to move the configured recording files.

ii. In the Port field, enter the server port number.

iii. In the Username and Password fields, enter valid server login credentials.

iv. Check Use SSL checkbox if the server requires a secure connection.

5. In the Export section:

i. Check Daily option if you want to move the recordings on a daily basis at the configured Export At time.

ii. Check Live option if you want to move the recordings and respective CSV file (We generate the CSV file which has all the CDR data) once the recording is finished.

iii. Under Calls, check Inbound checkbox if you want to move only inbound recordings or check Outbound checkbox if you want to move only outbound recordings or both if you want to move both inbound and outbound recordings to the server.

Current version of ‘3CX Recording Manager’ supports only ‘Live’ feature.


Figure 25: Configure Recording Mover settings

5.5. Email screen: Configure Email Server Settings

1. In the Email tab, check Email Recordings checkbox if you want to email call recordings.

2. In the Email Server field, enter IP address or ‘Fully Qualified Domain Name’ (FQDN) of your email server. Examples: smtp.gmail.com or 192.168.1.20

3. In the Port field, enter the port number. The default value is 25. For Gmail/ Google Apps use port 587

4. In the Email From field, enter the email address to use as the “from” email address. Note that your SMTP server may require a valid email address be used. For example: no-reply@mydomain.com

5. In the Email Subject field, enter the emails subject as per your requirement.

6. In the Alt Email field, enter an email address (example: user@mydomain.com). This is a temporary address meant to only test if the email server is working as per the set configuration..

7. Check Email new recording notes checkbox if you want to send an email to the owner of the recording and their manager when a new note is added.


Figure 26: Configure Email Server settings

5.6. Retention screen: Set Retention Policy

Retention policy allows you to control the storage of call recordings.

5.6.1. Delete Policy

i. In the Retention tab, under Delete Policy, check Delete recording after sending email checkbox if you want to delete the recording as soon as the recording is mailed as an attachment to the email set in Step:9

ii. Check Delete recordings older than checkbox and set the schedule with appropriate time in Days and Delete at fields. By doing so, once the recordings reach the set schedule, the Recording Manager deletes them from the Recording Path and saves them to the Archive Path.

• If the Archive Policy is not enabled, then the Recording Manager saves the records that reached the Delete recordings older than time, to the ‘Default Archive Path’.

• If the Archive Policy is enabled, then Recording Manager saves the records that reached the Delete recordings older than time to the Archive Path that you set in Archive Policy.

5.6.2. Archive Policy

i. Under Archive Policy, check Archive checkbox if you want to archive the recordings to another location.

ii. Set Archive Path to the location where you want the call recordings to be archived.

iii. Check Archive and Delete checkbox if you want the Recording Manager to copy the recording files from recording path to archive path (in mp3 format) and then delete the files from the recording path.

iv. Check Delete archives older than checkbox and then set the desired number of days and time so that the Recording Manager will delete the archived recording files (.mp3) as per the scheduled time period.


Figure 27: Set Retention Policy

5.7. Portal: Configure Time Zone

The 3CX Recording Manager Web Portal enables you to easily find recordings using the built-in query manager. From the portal, you can listen to, download, email and delete recordings.

1. In the Portal tab, set Default time zone

2. Click Web Portal

3. The system navigates you to the ‘Recording Manager Standard – Manager’ Login page


Figure 28: Web Portal

6.Web Portal

To access the ‘3CX Recording Manager Standard’ web portal, click the Web Portal button on the configuration program (Portal tab on the configuration screen), or click on the desktop icon that was created during the installation process (‘3CX Recording Manager’ Web).

Login to Web Portal

When connecting to the web portal, you will be asked to provide login credentials.

1. In the Extension field, enter your 3CX extension number

2. In the PIN field, enter your 3CX voicemail PIN

3. Click the Login button to login to your account


Figure 29: 3CX Recording Manager Standard Web Portal Login

Manager and Agent Privileges

As a ‘Manager’, you will be able to view the following tabs:

1. Recordings

2. Settings

3. Log

4. About


Figure 30: 3CX Recording Manager – Login as Manager

As an Agent

As an ‘Agent’, you will be able to view the following tabs:

1. Recordings

2. About


Figure 31: 3CX Recording Manager – Login as Agent

6.1.Recordings Screen

Recordings screen enables you to do the following:

1. Verify if a recording file is tampered or not.

2. View the recorded calls (incoming or outgoing) of those extensions that were either recorded manually, or were set (in the ‘Settings’ screen) to record automatically.

3. Configure Date Time Zone

4. Add new or update existing score for a specific recorded call.

5. Add new or update existing notes for a specific recorded call.

6. Play the specific recorded audio file.

7. Email specific recorded audio file to the desired email address.

8. Download specific recorded audio file to the desired location on your local computer.

9. Display the transcribed text under each of the recordings if you have choosen to transcribe the recordings.


Figure 32: Recordings Screen

The date and time of the recordings will be according to the Date Time Zone set in the Recordings screen.

Ext The extension number of the device that initiated the call.
Caller Name The name of the caller of the extension that initiated the call.
Caller Number The number of the extension/ phone number of the caller that initiated the call.
Called Number The extension/ phone number of the device that received the call from the ‘Caller’.
Date The ‘Date’ (according to the ‘Display Time Zone’) at which the caller initiated the call.
Time The ‘Time’ (according to the ‘Display Time Zone’) at which the caller initiated the call.
Duration The duration of the call that is recorded.
Score It is the ‘Score’ for the recorded call. It is generally between 1 and 10 and the system displays the result in a graphical bar.
Recording The audio file of the recorded call.
Archive If the ‘Recording Manager’ is configured to archive the recorded audio files, then the archived audio file will be displayed in the Web Portal in ‘Recordings’ screen.

6.1.1. Verify If Recording Is Tampered Or Not

Recording Manager verifies if a recording file is tampered or not. As soon as a call completes between the client and an agent, the Recording Manager encodes and saves the recording file in database. Next time when a user plays the same recording file from web portal, the Recording Manager compares the current file (from recording path) with that saved in the database. If it is found that the file has not been edited, then displays the symbol else displays the symbol.

1. In the Recordings screen and in the Recording column, click the Play button of the desired recording that you want to verify.

2. In the Recording File popup:

i). If symbol appears then the recording has not been tampered.


Figure 33: Non-Tampered Recording File

ii). If symbol appears then the recording has been tampered.


Figure 34: Tampered Recording File

The recordings saved in previous version of Recording Manager will be shown as ‘Verified’ by default.

6.1.2. Configure Display Time Zone

1. In the Web Portal, click Recordings tab.

2. From the Display Time Zone drop down, select the time zone in which you want the ‘Recordings’ screen to display ‘Date’ and ‘Time’.

6.1.3. Add New or Update Existing Score

1. In the Recordings screen, click the beside the extension for which you want to add new or update existing score.

2. In the Score box, click up or down arrow to increase or decrease the score accordingly.

3. Click Update Score.

The Score range is between 1 and 10.

6.1.4. Add New Notes

1. In the Recordings screen, click Expand button beside the extension for which you want to add new notes.

2. In the Note text box, click Add button to display the text box to add the notes.

3. In the text box, type the text for the recorded call.

4. Click Save to save or Cancel to cancel the notes.

If an agent adds note, the manager will be notified about the note along with the recording through an email. And, if a manager adds a note, the respective agent will be notified about the note through an email. For this, ensure that the email settings are configured in the configuration screen.

6.1.5. Update Existing Notes

1. In the Recordings screen, click Expand button beside the extension for which you want to update the existing notes.

2. In the Notes grid, click Edit button beside the notes that you want to update.

3. Edit the notes in the text box and click Save to save or Cancel to cancel the changes.

6.1.6. Listen/ Email/ Download Recorded Audio File

1. In the Recordings screen, and in the Recording column, click the audio file of the recording that you want to want to listen/ email or download.

2. In the Recording File popup,

i. Click Play button to play the audio file of the recorded call.

ii. Click Email Recording button to email the recorded audio file to the desired email address. Once the file is successfully sent, Success message box appears and click OK


Figure 35: Email Recording

iii. Click Download or Download Recording button to download the recorded audio file and save it to your local computer.

6.2.Settings Screen

The Settings screen enables you to select the extensions for which you want to automate call recording for both incoming and outgoing calls, and customize brand settings. You can access ‘Settings’ screen only as a manager.

Hover over the mouse on Settings tab to display the dropdown menu with the following menu options:

Only the user with ‘Manager’ role will be able to view and access the ‘Settings’ tab.


Figure 36: Settings Menu

6.2.1. Recording Settings

Recording Settings screen enables you to select the extensions for which you want to automate call recording for both incoming and outgoing calls.

Group Manager will be able to see only those extensions that were added to the group to which the group manager belongs to.


Figure 37: Settings: Recording Settings Screen

1. Hover over the mouse on Settings tab and from the drop down menu, select Recording Settings.


Figure 38: Select Recording Settings

2. Check the check box beside all the extensions for which you want to automate call recording for both incoming and outgoing calls.

3. Click Update to save the extensions.

4. Success message box appears. Click OK.

6.2.2. Score Settings

The Score Settings screen enables you to select the desired questions that you want to display in ‘Recordings’ screen. The manager then gives the ‘Score’ for the recorded call. It is generally between 1 and 10 and the system displays the result in a graphical bar.


Figure 39: Settings: Score Settings Screen

1. Hover over the mouse on Settings tab and from the drop down menu, select Score Settings.


Figure 40: Select Score Settings

2. Check the check box beside all the desired questions that you want to display in Recordings screen.

3. Click Save to save the score settings.

6.2.3. Transcribe Settings

The Transcribe Settings screen enables you to select the desired extensions whose call recordings you want to transcribe from speech to text. The transcribed text will appear in the ‘Recordings’ screen, and you can edit the text wherever required.


Figure 41: Settings: Transcribe Settings Screen

1. Hover over the mouse on Settings tab and from the drop down menu, select Transcribe Settings.


Figure 42: Select Transcribe Settings

2. Check the check box beside all the desired extensions whose recordings you want to transcribe and display in Recordings screen.

3. Click Save to save the transcribe settings.

6.2.4. Site Settings

Site Settings enable you to customize branding settings for the application that include the following:

1. Customize the gradient color of ‘Application Header’

2. Customize grid color in screens that display grid data

3. Customize logo on the ‘Application Header’

4. Customize ‘Header Title Prefix’ on the ‘Application Header’


Figure 43: Settings: Site Settings Screen
Custom Brand Settings

1. Hover over the mouse on Settings tab and from the drop down menu, select Site Settings


Figure 44: Select Site Settings

2. In the Custom Branding Settings form, perform the following Brand Setting Customizations:

a. Customize Application Title Header – Gradient Color

i. Beside Header Gradient Color and from the Top Color palette, select the desired color that you want to display as the top color for the ‘Application Title Header’.


Figure 45: Header Gradient Color

ii. From the Bottom Color palette, select the desired color that you want to display at the bottom of the ‘Application Title Header’ in gradient to the selected Top Color.

b. Customize Grid Color

i. From the Grid Color palette, select the color that you want to display for the grid in screens that display grid data.


Figure 46: Grid Color Palette

ii. The final display after applying ‘Grid Color’ branding settings:


Figure 47: Display of Customized Grid Color

c. Customize Logo

i. If you are uploading the logo for the first time then, beside Upload New Logo field, click Browse and select the logo that you want to apply. You will now observe that the logo is added to the Custom Logo drop down list.

ii. From the Custom Logo drop down list, select the logo that you have just uploaded.


Figure 48: Custom Logo

d. Customize ‘Header Title Prefix’ Text

i. In the Header Title field, enter the text that you want the application to display as ‘prefix’ for the existing title in application header.


Figure 49: Custom Header Title Prefix

3. Once you perform desired customizations, click Apply.


Figure 50: Display of Customized Brand Settings

6.3.Log Screen

Log screen enables you to view the login and logout events of all the sessions along with ‘Date’ and ‘Time’ that is according to the time zone set in ‘Recordings’ screen.

The Recording Manager Standard will not capture the logout event if the user browses to a different website or closes the browser without logging out first.


Figure 51: Log Screen

7.Support

Visit our website to access our on-line manuals and receive quick answers to most of your questions. Otherwise, you can contact us by phone, email, live chat and on the VoIPTools forums.

• Support Hours (USA and India)

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• Forums

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• Submit a Bug

If you suspect a bug in any of our VoIPTools products, you can bring it to our notice by reporting your issue at: https://www.voiptools.com/report-a-bug/

• Live Chat

Our chat support team is ready to acknowledge your queries in real-time. You can start a live chat with us by simply clicking on the Live Chat button at the lower right corner of our web page.

• Email

You can email us at: support@voiptools.com. Be sure to describe your issue in detail. We’ll get back to you within one business day of receiving your request.

• Phone

You can call us at +1 801-642-4655 to reach a representative. VoIPTools will accept calls at this number from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Central Standard Time).

• Support Services

Free Support:

If you purchased our products through a VoIPTools Partner, your Partner will provide first level support. Partners have access to 100% free technical support, provided they participate actively in the troubleshooting process.

VoIPTools customers have access to our on-line manuals and we will respond to emails (next business day) and live chat, but we will not login to your servers remotely.

Paid Support:

If you purchase “Installation Support’ our support team can login to your servers and install and configure all our tools for you. This includes installing SQL Server Express and Internet Information Server if required. Our team will work with you to configure our applications to best meet your needs.

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