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2; Voicemail Configuration
6; NOTE: Asterisk has to edit this file to change a user's password. This does
7; not currently work with the "#include <file>" directive for Asterisk
8; configuration files, nor when using realtime static configuration.
9; Do not use them with this configuration file.
13; Formats for writing Voicemail. Note that when using IMAP storage for
14; voicemail, only the first format specified will be used.
a52025b1 16format=gsm
19; If you change the list of formats that you record voicemail in
20; when you have mailboxes that contain messages, you _MUST_ absolutely
21; manually go through those mailboxes and convert/delete/add the
22; the message files so that they appear to have been stored using
23; your new format list. If you don't do this, very unpleasant
24; things may happen to your users while they are retrieving and
25; manipulating their voicemail.
27; In other words: don't change the format list on a production system
28; unless you are _VERY_ sure that you know what you are doing and are
29; prepared for the consequences.
31; Who the e-mail notification should appear to come from
a52025b1 32serveremail=assistance-informatique@auf.org
34; Should the email contain the voicemail as an attachment
a52025b1 35attach=no
36; Maximum number of messages per folder. If not specified, a default value
37; (100) is used. Maximum value for this option is 9999. If set to 0, a
38; mailbox will be greetings-only.
a52025b1 39maxmsg=100
3802e567 40; Maximum length of a voicemail message in seconds
a52025b1 41maxsecs=240
42; Minimum length of a voicemail message in seconds for the message to be kept
43; The default is no minimum.
a52025b1 44; minsecs=3
3802e567 45; Maximum length of greetings in seconds
a52025b1 46maxgreet=120
47; How many milliseconds to skip forward/back when rew/ff in message playback
49; How many seconds of silence before we end the recording
51; Silence threshold (what we consider silence: the lower, the more sensitive)
53; Max number of failed login attempts
56; Move heard messages to the 'Old' folder automagically. Defaults to on.
59; Forward an urgent message as an urgent message. Defaults to no so
60; sender can set the urgency on the envelope of the forwarded message.
63; User context is where entries from users.conf are registered. The
64; default value is 'default'
68; If you need to have an external program, i.e. /usr/bin/myapp
69; called when a voicemail is left, delivered, or your voicemailbox
70; is checked, uncomment this.
73; If you would also like to enable SMDI notification then set smdienable to yes.
74; You will also need to make sure smdiport is set to a valid port as specified in
75; smdi.conf.
79; If you need to have an external program, i.e. /usr/bin/myapp
80; called when a voicemail password is changed, uncomment this. The
81; arguments passed to the application are: <context> <mailbox> <newpassword>
82; Note: If this is set, the password will NOT be changed in voicemail.conf
83; If you would like to also change the password in voicemail.conf, use
84; the externpassnotify option below instead.
88; If you would like to have an external program called when a user changes the
89; voicemail password for the purpose of doing validation on the new password,
90; then use this option. The script can decide whether or not the new password
91; meets minimum password strength requirements before the Voicemail application
92; accepts the password. If the script decides that the password is not acceptable,
93; the user will be informed that the new password does not meet minimum password
94; requirements, and they will be asked to enter another password.
96; The arguments passed to this script are <mailbox> <context> <old pw> <new pw>.
98; The script should print "VALID" to stdout to indicate that the new password
99; is acceptable. If the password is considered too weak, the script should print
100; "INVALID" to stdout.
102; There is an example script in the contrib/scripts/ directory, voicemailpwcheck.py,
103; which implements some basic password checking, and can be used as a starting point
104; for use with this option.
108; For the directory, you can override the intro file if you want
110; The character set for voicemail messages can be specified here
111; default: ISO-8859-1
a52025b1 112charset=UTF-8
113; The ADSI feature descriptor number to download to
115; The ADSI security lock code
117; The ADSI voicemail application version number.
119; Skip the "[PBX]:" string from the message title
a52025b1 120pbxskip=yes
3802e567 121; Change the From: string
a52025b1 122fromstring=Systeme VoIP
123; Permit finding entries for forward/compose from the directory
125; Voicemail can be stored in a database using the ODBC driver.
126; The value of odbcstorage is the database connection configured
127; in res_odbc.conf.
129; The default table for ODBC voicemail storage is voicemessages.
132; Change the from, body and/or subject, variables:
135; Additionally, on forwarded messages, you have the variables:
137; You can select between two variables by using dialplan functions, e.g.
140; Note: The emailbody config row can only be up to 512 characters due to a
141; limitation in the Asterisk configuration subsystem.
142;emailsubject=[PBX]: New message ${VM_MSGNUM} in mailbox ${VM_MAILBOX}
143emailsubject=[BoiteVocale ${VM_MAILBOX}] Nouveau message ${VM_MSGNUM} dans la boite vocale ${VM_MAILBOX}
145; The following definition is very close to the default, but the default shows
146; just the CIDNAME, if it is not null, otherwise just the CIDNUM, or "an unknown
147; caller", if they are both null.
148;emailbody=Dear ${VM_NAME}:\n\n\tjust wanted to let you know you were just left a ${VM_DUR} long message (number ${VM_MSGNUM})\nin mailbox ${VM_MAILBOX} from ${VM_CALLERID}, on ${VM_DATE}, so you might\nwant to check it when you get a chance. Thanks!\n\n\t\t\t\t--Asterisk\n
a52025b1 149
5bc84f52 150emailbody=\nCher-ère ${VM_NAME},\n\nNous vous informons qu'un message vient d'être ajouté dans\nvotre messagerie vocale ${VM_MAILBOX}.\n\n\tExpéditeur : ${VM_CALLERID} (${VM_CIDNUM})\n\tDate : ${VM_DATE}\n\tDurée : ${VM_DUR}\n\tNuméro du message : ${VM_MSGNUM}\n\nPour consulter votre messagerie vocale, composez *66\n\n--\nSystème Voix-sur-IP de l'AUF <assistance-informatique@auf.org>\n
a52025b1 151
153; Note: ${IF()} strips spacing at the beginning and end of its true and false
154; values, so a newline cannot be placed at either location. The word 'so' is
155; therefore duplicated, in order for the newline to be interpreted correctly.
156;emailbody=Dear ${VM_NAME}:\n\n\tjust wanted to let you know you were just ${IF($["${VM_CIDNUM}" = "${ORIG_VM_CIDNUM}"]?left:forwarded)} a ${VM_DUR} long message (number ${VM_MSGNUM})\nin mailbox ${VM_MAILBOX} from ${VM_CALLERID}, on ${VM_DATE},\n${IF($["${VM_CIDNUM}" = "${ORIG_VM_CIDNUM}"]?so:(originally sent by ${ORIG_VM_CALLERID} on ${ORIG_VM_DATE})\nso)} you might want to check it when you get a chance. Thanks!\n\n\t\t\t\t--Asterisk\n
158; You can also change the Pager From: string, the pager body and/or subject.
159; The above defined variables also can be used here
160;pagerfromstring=The Asterisk PBX
161;pagersubject=New VM
162;pagerbody=New ${VM_DUR} long msg in box ${VM_MAILBOX}\nfrom ${VM_CALLERID}, on ${VM_DATE}
164; Set the date format on outgoing mails. Valid arguments can be found on the
165; strftime(3) man page
167; Default
e88dbe77 168; emaildateformat=%A, %B %d, %Y at %r
169; 24h date format
170;emaildateformat=%A, %d %B %Y at %H:%M:%S
e88dbe77 171emaildateformat = le %A, %d %B %Y à %H:%M:%S
173; Default for pager use
174; pagerdateformat=%A, %B %d, %Y at %r
175pagerdateformat=le %d %B %Y à %H:%M:%S
176; Short 24h date format for pager use
177;pagerdateformat=%T %D
179; You can override the default program to send e-mail if you wish, too
181;mailcmd=/usr/sbin/sendmail -t
183;pollmailboxes=no ; If mailboxes are changed anywhere outside of app_voicemail,
184; ; then this option must be enabled for MWI to work. This
185; ; enables polling mailboxes for changes. Normally, it will
186; ; expect that changes are only made when someone called in
187; ; to one of the voicemail applications.
188; ; Examples of situations that would require this option are
189; ; web interfaces to voicemail or an email client in the case
190; ; of using IMAP storage.
191; ; Default: no
192;pollfreq=30 ; If the "pollmailboxes" option is enabled, this option
193; ; sets the polling frequency. The default is once every
194; ; 30 seconds.
195; If using IMAP storage, specify whether voicemail greetings should be stored
196; via IMAP. If no, then greetings are stored as if IMAP storage were not enabled
198; If imapgreetings=yes, then specify which folder to store your greetings in. If
199; you do not specify a folder, then INBOX will be used
201; Some IMAP server implementations store folders under INBOX instead of
202; using a top level folder (ex. INBOX/Friends). In this case, user
203; imapparentfolder to set the parent folder. For example, Cyrus IMAP does
204; NOT use INBOX as the parent. Default is to have no parent folder set.
209; Each mailbox is listed in the form <mailbox>=<password>,<name>,<email>,<pager_email>,<options>
210; if the e-mail is specified, a message will be sent when a message is
211; received, to the given mailbox. If pager is specified, a message will be
212; sent there as well. If the password is prefixed by '-', then it is
213; considered to be unchangeable.
215; Advanced options example is extension 4069
216; NOTE: All options can be expressed globally in the general section, and
217; overridden in the per-mailbox settings, unless listed otherwise.
219; tz=central ; Timezone from zonemessages below. Irrelevant if envelope=no.
220; locale=de_DE.UTF-8 ; set the locale for generation of the date/time strings (make
221 ; sure the locales are installed in your operating system; e.g
222 ; on Debian Linux you can use "dpkg-reconfigure locales").
223 ; If you use UTF-8 locales, make sure to set the "charset" option
224 ; to UTF-8 too. If you mix different locales for different users
225 ; you should avoid words in the emaildateformat specification, e.g.:
226 ; emaildateformat=%A, %d %B %Y, %H:%M:%S
227; attach=yes ; Attach the voicemail to the notification email *NOT* the pager email
228; attachfmt=wav49 ; Which format to attach to the email. Normally this is the
229 ; first format specified in the format parameter above, but this
230 ; option lets you customize the format sent to particular mailboxes.
231 ; Useful if Windows users want wav49, but Linux users want gsm.
232 ; [per-mailbox only]
233; saycid=yes ; Say the caller id information before the message. If not described,
234 ; or set to no, it will be in the envelope
235; cidinternalcontexts=intern ; Internal Context for Name Playback instead of
236 ; extension digits when saying caller id.
237; sayduration=no ; Turn on/off the duration information before the message. [ON by default]
238; saydurationm=2 ; Specify the minimum duration to say. Default is 2 minutes
239; dialout=fromvm ; Context to dial out from [option 4 from mailbox's advanced menu].
240 ; If not specified, option 4 will not be listed and dialing out
241 ; from within VoiceMailMain() will not be permitted.
242sendvoicemail=yes ; Allow the user to compose and send a voicemail while inside
243 ; VoiceMailMain() [option 5 from mailbox's advanced menu].
244 ; If set to 'no', option 5 will not be listed.
245; searchcontexts=yes ; Current default behavior is to search only the default context
246 ; if one is not specified. The older behavior was to search all contexts.
247 ; This option restores the old behavior [DEFAULT=no]
248 ; Note: If you have this option enabled, then you will be required to have
249 ; unique mailbox names across all contexts. Otherwise, an ambiguity is created
250 ; since it is impossible to know which mailbox to retrieve when one is requested.
a52025b1 251callback=fromvm ; Context to call back from
252 ; if not listed, calling the sender back will not be permitted
253; exitcontext=fromvm ; Context to go to on user exit such as * or 0
254 ; The default is the current context.
255; review=yes ; Allow sender to review/rerecord their message before saving it [OFF by default
256; operator=yes ; Allow sender to hit 0 before/after/during leaving a voicemail to
257 ; reach an operator. This option REQUIRES an 'o' extension in the
258 ; same context (or in exitcontext, if set), as that is where the
259 ; 0 key will send you. [OFF by default]
260; envelope=no ; Turn on/off envelope playback before message playback. [ON by default]
261 ; This does NOT affect option 3,3 from the advanced options menu
262; delete=yes ; After notification, the voicemail is deleted from the server. [per-mailbox only]
263 ; This is intended for use with users who wish to receive their
264 ; voicemail ONLY by email. Note: "deletevoicemail" is provided as an
265 ; equivalent option for Realtime configuration.
266; volgain=0.0 ; Emails bearing the voicemail may arrive in a volume too
267 ; quiet to be heard. This parameter allows you to specify how
268 ; much gain to add to the message when sending a voicemail.
269 ; NOTE: sox must be installed for this option to work.
270; nextaftercmd=yes ; Skips to the next message after hitting 7 or 9 to delete/save current message.
271; forcename=yes ; Forces a new user to record their name. A new user is
272 ; determined by the password being the same as
273 ; the mailbox number. The default is "no".
274; forcegreetings=no ; This is the same as forcename, except for recording
275 ; greetings. The default is "no".
276; hidefromdir=yes ; Hide this mailbox from the directory produced by app_directory
277 ; The default is "no".
278; tempgreetwarn=yes ; Remind the user that their temporary greeting is set
280; passwordlocation=spooldir
281 ; Usually the voicemail password (vmsecret) is stored in
282 ; this configuration file. By setting this option you can
283 ; specify where Asterisk should read/write the vmsecret.
284 ; Supported options:
285 ; voicemail.conf:
286 ; This is the default option. The secret is read from
287 ; and written to voicemail.conf (or users.conf).
288 ; spooldir:
289 ; The secret is stored in a separate file in the user's
290 ; voicemail spool directory in a file named secret.conf.
291 ; Please ensure that normal Linux users are not
292 ; permitted to access Asterisk's spool directory as the
293 ; secret is stored in plain text. If a secret is not
294 ; found in this directory, the password in
295 ; voicemail.conf (or users.conf) will be used.
296 ; Note that this option does not affect password storage for
297 ; realtime users, which are still stored in the realtime
298 ; backend.
299; messagewrap=no ; Enable next/last message to wrap around to
300 ; first (from last) and last (from first) message
301 ; The default is "no".
302; minpassword=0 ; Enforce minimum password length
304; vm-password=custom_sound
305 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the default
306 ; prompt that says: "password"
307; vm-newpassword=custom_sound
308 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the default
309 ; prompt that says: "Please enter your new password followed by
310 ; the pound key."
311; vm-passchanged=custom_sound
312 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the default
313 ; prompt that says: "Your password has been changed."
314; vm-reenterpassword=custom_sound
315 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the default
316 ; prompt that says: "Please re-enter your password followed by
317 ; the pound key"
318; vm-mismatch=custom_sound
319 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the default
320 ; prompt that says: "The passwords you entered and re-entered
321 ; did not match."
322; vm-invalid-password=custom_sound
323 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the default
324 ; prompt that says: ...
325; vm-pls-try-again=custom_sound
326 ; Customize which sound file is used instead of the
327 ; default prompt that says "Please try again."
328; vm-prepend-timeout=custom_sound
329 ; Customize which sound file is used when the user
330 ; times out while recording a prepend message instead
331 ; of the default prompt that says "then press pound"
332 ; note that this will currently follow vm-pls-try-again.
333 ; this behavior is subject to change in the near future.
334; listen-control-forward-key=# ; Customize the key that fast-forwards message playback
335; listen-control-reverse-key=* ; Customize the key that rewinds message playback
336; listen-control-pause-key=0 ; Customize the key that pauses/unpauses message playback
337; listen-control-restart-key=2 ; Customize the key that restarts message playback
338; listen-control-stop-key=13456789 ; Customize the keys that interrupt message playback, probably all keys not set above
340; Maximum number of messages allowed in the 'Deleted' folder. If set to 0
341; or no then no deleted messages will be moved. If non-zero (max 9999) then up
342; to this number of messages will be automagically saved when they are
343; 'deleted' on a FIFO basis.
344; defaults to being off
a52025b1 345backupdeleted=10
349; Users may be located in different timezones, or may have different
350; message announcements for their introductory message when they enter
351; the voicemail system. Set the message and the timezone each user
352; hears here. Set the user into one of these zones with the tz= attribute
353; in the options field of the mailbox. Of course, language substitution
354; still applies here so you may have several directory trees that have
355; alternate language choices.
357; Look in /usr/share/zoneinfo/ for names of timezones.
358; Look at the manual page for strftime for a quick tutorial on how the
359; variable substitution is done on the values below.
361; Supported values:
362; 'filename' filename of a soundfile (single ticks around the filename
363; required)
364; ${VAR} variable substitution
365; A or a Day of week (Saturday, Sunday, ...)
366; B or b or h Month name (January, February, ...)
367; d or e numeric day of month (first, second, ..., thirty-first)
368; Y Year
369; I or l Hour, 12 hour clock
370; H Hour, 24 hour clock (single digit hours preceded by "oh")
371; k Hour, 24 hour clock (single digit hours NOT preceded by "oh")
372; M Minute, with 00 pronounced as "o'clock"
373; N Minute, with 00 pronounced as "hundred" (US military time)
374; P or p AM or PM
375; Q "today", "yesterday" or ABdY
376; (*note: not standard strftime value)
377; q "" (for today), "yesterday", weekday, or ABdY
378; (*note: not standard strftime value)
379; R 24 hour time, including minute
381eastern=America/New_York|'vm-received' Q 'digits/at' IMp
382central=America/Chicago|'vm-received' Q 'digits/at' IMp
383central24=America/Chicago|'vm-received' q 'digits/at' H N 'hours'
384military=Zulu|'vm-received' q 'digits/at' H N 'hours' 'phonetic/z_p'
385european=Europe/Copenhagen|'vm-received' a d b 'digits/at' HM
390; surcharge AUF locale (pour le contexte [AUF] surtout)
391#include "auf/voicemail.local"