NCH's Express Talk is a VoIP softphone that allows you to make calls from your PC or Mac instead of requiring the use of external/traditional handsets. Express Talk works with almost any VoIP SIP gateway provider and offers common VoIP features such as conferencing, call recording, caller ID display, and voice commands, and allows you to configure up to 6 distinct lines, making it most ideal for small businesses or enterprise offices that are on the smaller side. Additionally, it integrates with Microsoft Address Book and includes a phone book with a quick dial configuration. It even can be used with USB phones, headsets, microphones, webcams, and USB phones.
Note: There is a free trial version, however it is available for non-commercial use only.
Instructions for configuring Express Talk to work with Telnyx
In this activity you will:
Pre-requisites and other requirements
Works on Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.14
Setting up your Telnyx Mission Control Panel so you can make/receive calls:
Note: Video walkthrough for Express Talk/Telnyx configuration coming soon. Check back as we update our docs.
1. Configure Express Talk
In this step, you'll configure your Express Talk softphone to work with your Telnyx Mission Control Portal.
From your computer, run the Express Talk softphone.
Open the File menu and select Options.
Click on the Lines tab and provide the following information:
Full "Friendly" display name: The display name of your choice (Your own name, for example, or your business name, or role)
Server (SIP Proxy or Virtual PBX): sip.telnyx.com
SIP Number (or Username): Your Telnyx SIP account ID
Password: Your Telnyx SIP account password
That's it! Your Express Talk softphone is now ready to make and receive calls with Telnyx.
Review our getting started guide to make sure your Telnyx Mission Control Portal account is set up correctly.
Additionally, check out: