Fortivoice PBX phone system manuals and guides for download in pdf format. Fortinet, a publicly traded company headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, develops and markets cyber-security software, appliances and services. It acquired TalkSwitch, an IP PBX phone system manufacturer in April 2011. In 2012 Fortinet remarketed all their voice switches and phones after which were sold as FortiVoice products.
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Fortivoice switches all have auto attendants, voice messaging, ring groups, conferencing and many more features built-in. Known to be easy to install for those with network savvy and easy to manage, these popular system range from sizes that accommodate 20 extensions all the way to 3000. Excepting their smaller models, they can incorporate hotel management and call center applications.
Fortivoice System Quick Start Guide
Fortivoice 100E Quick Start Guide
Fortivoice 1000E Quick Start Guide
Fortivoice Phone User Guide v5
Fortivoice 450 and 500 series Phone User Guide
Fortivoice VoiceMail Installation Guide
Fortivoice User Guide v7
Fortivoice 200D Administration Guide
Fortivoice Administration Guide v4
Fortivoice Administration Guide v5
Fortivoice Administration Guide v5.3
Fortinet, a California based publicly traded company was founded in 2000 with a primary business relating to network security appliances. They offer antivirus, intrusion prevention (IPS), Web filtering, and anti-spam applications. TalkSwitch, an IP business telephone system company was acquired by Fortinet in 2011. The company then manufactured IP-PBX phone systems and telephones under the name of Fortivoice. FortiVoice products are available directly or from a network of authorized FortiVoice resellers.
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