Amatix Office

eGroupWare Openfire CDR Reports Status Support

Support

Default Configuration

Server administration account

For the administration of the Amatix Office server, you have to log in on the console using the account "root" and the password "amatix".

Users

There are 4 preinstalled user accounts: 1 administrator and 3 regular users.

NameAccountPasswordEmail AddressPhone Nr. SIP/IAX2/ISDNVoice MailboxVM PasswordRole
Administrator UseradminamatixAdministrator.User@amatixoffice1001001234ADMINISTRATOR
Demo1 Userdemo1guestDemo1.User@amatixoffice1011011234USER
Demo2 Userdemo2guestDemo2.User@amatixoffice1021021234USER
Demo3 Userdemo3guestDemo3.User@amatixoffice1031031234USER

The Account/Password credentials are used to authenticate to the following services:

Groupware

Amatix Office implements the groupware system using eGroupWare.

The eGroupWare users login page is available here.

The configuration of the eGroupWare software is available here.
The config username is "admin" an the password is "amatix". The header username is "admin" an the password is "amatix".

IM and Presence

Amatix Office implements the instant messaging and presence (XMPP/Jabber) using Openfire. The users/groups are read from the groupware's database.

The administration console of Openfire is available here. You have to use for authentication the "admin" account.

Email

The configured email domain is "amatixoffice". This can be used for local networks, but for the communication via the internet, this must be changed to your email domain. You can set the email domain on the emailadmin configuration page, using the "admin" account. For the user accounts you have to set the E-Mail Address accordingly.

The email authentication (SMTP/IMAP) uses the accounts configured in the groupware's database. The available authentication mechanisms are: PLAIN, LOGIN, CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5. The communcation between the email client and the email server may be encrypted using TLS.

Network configuration

The Amatix Office tries to configure the first network card using your DHCP server.

Network status

The actual network status can be displayed using the /usr/sbin/amatix-networkstatus.sh command.

$/usr/sbin/amatix-networkstatus.sh

Networkstatus

Call statistics

On the CDR Reports page you can get usefull statistics about the calls made through Amatix Office.

This page is available only for the users which are allowed to configure the PBX. By default, you have to use for authentication the "admin" account.

Telephony hardware

For the interconnection with the external telephony equipment, the following telephony cards types can be used:

NOTE: The VoIP trunks (IAX2, SIP) should be manually configured!

Dial plan

Incoming calls
Outgoing calls

Internal calls

Voicemail

Conference room

Call transfer

Call parking

Others