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I'm sorting out a VOIP setup for the office that I work in (there's about 50 people, mostly macs), and I'm looking for a good SIP softphone that would work with an Asterisk based PBX, and I figured others might be looking for something like this too.

I'm after the usual staples:

  • handling multiple sip accounts
  • conference calling
  • caller id
  • ldap/address book integration
  • uses SIP

It looks like Counterpath's x-lite softphones are the most popular choices, but I've also seen Telephone, which is free, but fairly light on features.

What do you guys use?

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Have you tried – Mr-Right Jan 24 '10 at 13:07 Used it for a few years.

I was looking at changing over to something like OpenVBX

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