[Freeswitch-users] how to catch DTMF in Lua while a phrase macro is playing

Brian West brian at freeswitch.org
Sat Aug 8 18:18:01 PDT 2009

Yes it happens 100% of the time I say not to do it..

Example this thread started with:

In-Reply-To: <4A7BE35B.8010709 at chandlerfamily.org.uk>
References: <4A7BE35B.8010709 at chandlerfamily.org.uk>

The hijacked thread has:

References: <4A7BE35B.8010709 at chandlerfamily.org.uk>
<33c87fa30908072139m9444779w80f5908fa624e9de at mail.gmail.com>
<4A7D8C26.4020408 at chandlerfamily.org.uk>
<BC708A39-BA09-4524-A072-92A5E5A870F3 at apartmentlines.com>
<96ADFBB4-A015-417A-B0AD-2C427376E010 at freeswitch.org>
<b0a8792f0908080950w107ca4b9jedff8cafc27ed0de at mail.gmail.com>

Which causes it to thread it via the References header.

Hence it was hijacked.


On Aug 8, 2009, at 11:50 AM, Raffaele P. Guidi wrote:

> Brian, I've read 8-9 of your emails asking to not hijack threads in  
> threads where this it didn't happen (like this). I see this as a new  
> thread with a single message (plus yours, of course) inside with  
> "[Freeswitch-users] how to catch DTMF in Lua while a phrase macro is  
> playing" as the subject - and I think is quite relevant to the  
> message. I suspect you have something wrong in your email client  
> (mine is gmail) or server and suggest you to give it a check.
> Regards,
>    Raffaele

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