Greetings, Ive got two questions here. Firstly, Im wanting to put a PBX in a Datacenter, and have it operate as the PBX for a couple of small businesses. My first thoughts are that this will work fine, they wont get access to the box's WebGUI in any way except for Voicemails (Which Ive created a new usergroup for). The box can more than handle 10 small businesses doing a couple of lines each. However, when it comes to outbound routes, I was wondering about how I would get each business to present the correct CallerID. One way would be to have each business have a separate dial-prefix (e.g. first business dials 1 for outside line, second business dials 2 for outside line), which would potentially work well. Only thing is, what if you hit the wrong button for a dial-prefix, you end up going out somebody elses outbound route. That in itself isnt much of an issue, and we use the asterisk cdr log for calls by extension, so that'll always be accurate, but the problem is it presents the wrong CallerID. We could turn off CallerID, but thats not ideal. I suppose my question is this: Is it possible to either restrict the outbound routes that a specific range of extensions can use (e.g 100-199 can only go out route X, 200-299 can only go out route Y), OR: Is it possible to always for a CallerID for a certain extension? Lastly, Speech to Text. The dictation kinda cool, but not really what Im after (I dont think at least). We have a customer who's wanting to do a promotion and have people ring up and leave a message with their Name / Phone Number / Address, then have that converted to text. I was debating just having them leave it directly in a voicemail and get that voicemail with file emailed, but if I could do speech-to-text as well in the email, then that'd be awesome! Any thoughts / comments / suggestions appreciated Cheers Chill.