[Freeswitch-users] Voicemail Question (using multiple servers)
vmknott at gmail.com
Thu Dec 31 14:03:57 PST 2009
Thank you Bill for the input, but changing how I access the data
source does not solve my problem.
I was hoping to avoid the management of IP Addresses for every
voicemail box on the system.
Is there a way for me to set a default greeting to all voicemail boxes
globally, without having to go to a repository (regardless of means of
access) for each mailbox?
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Bill W." <freeswitch at aastral.net>
To: freeswitch-users at lists.freeswitch.org
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2009 23:06:09 -0500
Subject: Re: [Freeswitch-users] Voicemail Question (using multiple servers)
Couldn't you just have your core use ODBC instead of SQLite?
VM Knott wrote:
> I am attempting to use multiple FreeSWITCH servers to share a common
> collection of voicemail boxes. Everything is working great, except
> for when it comes to managing the custom greetings within the
> individual voicemail boxes.
> As I understand it, when creating a custom greeting within a voicemail
> box, a record is stored in the voicemail_default.db file located in
> the ../freeswitch/db directory (which allows FS to know where to
> retrieve the greeting message). My original plan was to link (NFS)
> the remote servers to the directory to reference this file, and keep
> the custom greetings in an additional shared directory location
> (again, all of this working great so far).
> voicemail_prefs cols: username, domain, name_path, greeting_path, password
> Unfortunately, the record that is inserted into this file includes an
> IP address (domain) of the FS server handling the call. This
> complicates things if I am “hot swapping” FS servers in and out of the
> server cluster. Each time I add a server to the cluster, I will have
> to have a process go into this file and replicate all of the records
> for each mailbox account, to account for the specific server ip
> address. Seems awkward.
> Am I approaching this wrong? i.e., is there a way to by pass this
> voicemail_prefs table?
> or would I have to dig into the mod_voicemail.c source code and customize it?
> - VMK
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