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This page lists and details the language packs needed in the localization process as well as the sounds required by particular phone functions.

Language Packs

To make the VoipNow interface even more appealing for your users, you can have it translated into a language of their choice. The language packs are currently available in English, French, Spanish, and Lithuanian.

Before downloading the pack from our Github repository, make sure you select the one that matches the product version installed on your server. To install a language pack, follow the instructions detailed here.

Sound Files

If you want to customize particular Unified Communication system functions or IVRs for some of your users, you can have them played in a language of their choice (i.e. the phone language). The sound files for VoipNow are packed in different languages. These sound files are used by the Unified Communications system functions and by the IVR. Such functions can be played in various languages, depending on what your users selected as phone language.

Please note that we are not the owners of these sounds. We just packed them into a Voipnow usable format. The sounds are available on the Internet at and In case certain sounds are missing, we cannot provide additional files to improve these packs. 

To install a sound pack on your VoipNow deployment, run the following command:

yum -c /etc/voipnow-yum.conf install <sound_pack_file>
where <sound_pack_file> is the name of the language pack file. 

Please note that the language files in the table below can only be used for VoipNow 4.0.0 and higher.

English (AUS)voipnow-sounds-cameron
English (UK)voipnow-sounds-jay
Spanish - MEXICOvoipnow-sounds-ttsesmx
Spanish - ARGENTINAvoipnow-sounds-ttsesar
Portuguese - BRAZILvoipnow-sounds-ttsptbr

For Translators

If you want to become an official 4PSA translator and share your translations with your community, check the Localization partnership program to learn about the benefits we have created for our translators.
If you want to translate the language packs yourself and use it on your own server, simply follow the instructions summarized in the Localization Guide.
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