Sorry, by VOIP confirmation server, I mean a VOIP PBX server that provides a verbal confirmation service to people; The script will branch based on ANI and DNIS information to an automated setup. That was horrible wording on my part.
I am looking to set up a completely automated VOIP confirmation server. There will be no representatives, thus no phone lines needed except for the one going to the pbx server.
Will I need a real phone number for each virtual conversation?
Another note is that I am using a VPL (Visual Programming Language) setup with a horrible VOIP service provider. They provide a shared 'PBX' system and I would really like to setup a local dedicated PBX system.