The best-established open source PBX software is Asterisk, which is a fantastic piece of technology. It is available in many forms, including a version called Asterisk@home which you can burn onto a CD, load into a box and have a working Asterisk installation 30-60 minutes later. Asterisk@home comes with AMP, a graphical management interface and even SugarCRM, which it uses for contact management.
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