fork of capisuite (https://github.com/larsimmisch/capisuite) with some fixes to make it build on modern Linux
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capisuite/scripts/answering_machine.confin

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# -*- sh -*-
# $Id: answering_machine.confin,v 1.7 2004/02/20 14:12:20 gernot Exp $
#
# This is the configuration file for the answering machine scripts distributed
# with CapiSuite
#
# It is read by the incoming.py script which is distributed with CapiSuite.
# If you don't want to use it but develop your completely own application,
# you won't need it! CapiSuite itself (the daemon) doesn't read it.
#
# For a further description, please see the CapiSuite documentation -
# there's a part describing the scripts.
#
# As usual, lines starting with # or empty lines will be ignored
#
# The rest must be key value pairs written as key=value or section names.
#
# Additional whitespaces and quotation marks (") surrounding
# the values will be ignored.
#
# The file is split in sections starting with "[sectionname]". The section
# [GLOBAL] contains all options common for all users. For each different user,
# an own section is used which must at least contain "voice_numbers".
#
# Nearly all global options can be overwritten in the [user]-sections
###############################################################################
############################ global settings ##################################
###############################################################################
[GLOBAL]
# audio_dir (MANDATORY)
#
# Directory where audio snippets used in the answering machine script are
# located. If user_audio_files is enabled (see below), each user can also
# provide his own audio snippets in his user_dir (see below).
audio_dir="@pkgdatadir@/"
# voice_user_dir (MANDATORY)
#
# Directory for all user-specific data. Contains one subdirectory
# for each user (named like his userid). The following directory tree is used:
#
# user_dir/username/ - here the user may provide his own audio_files
# (see user_audio_files option). The user defined announcement
# is also saved here.
# user_dir/username/received - all received calls (voice and fax) will be saved here
voice_user_dir="@spooldir@/users/"
# user_audio_files (optional, defaults to 0)
#
# Controls wether the user_dir (see below) will also be searched for audio
# files. If set to "1", the script will look in the user_dir and then in
# audio_dir for a needed audio file. If "0", only audio_dir is used.
# This doesn't affect the announcement, which can and should be different
# for each user in any case.
user_audio_files="0"
# voice_delay (MANDATORY)
#
# Global setting for the time in seconds before incoming voice calls are
# accepted.
voice_delay="15"
# announcement (optional, defaults to "announcement.la")
#
# This value gives the default name of the announcement file which is searched
# in the user_dir. Each user should provide one in his/her own dir.
announcement="announcement.la"
# record_length (optional, defaults to 60)
#
# Global setting for the maximal record length of the answering machine
# in seconds
record_length="60"
# record_silence_timeout (optional, defaults to 5)
#
# Global setting for the length of silence after which recording is
# finished by the answering machine
record_silence_timeout="5"
# voice_email_from (optional, default voice message addressee)
# When voice messages are send by e-mail this address is used in the 'From:'
# header field.
voice_email_from="capisuite daemon <root>"
###############################################################################
############################# Mail settings ###################################
###############################################################################
# defined for voice receive: call_from, call_to, date,
# msg_length, filename, hostname
[MailVoiceReceived]
subject = Received a voice call from %(call_from)s to %(call_to)s
text =
You got a voice call from %(call_from)s to %(call_to)s
Date: %(date)s
Length: %(msg_length)i seconds
See attached file.
The original file was saved to file://%(hostname)s/%(filename)s on host "%(hostname)s".
###############################################################################
############################# user settings ###################################
###############################################################################
# The following sections start with the name of the users which want to use
# CapiSuite. The names must be exactly equal to system users.
#
# Each user section can override the following default options given above:
#
# voice_delay, announcement, record_length, record_silence_timeout,
# voice_email_from
#
# Additionally, the following options are possible:
#
# voice_numbers="<num1>,<num2>,..." (optional, if not set this user can't receive)
#
# This list contains the numbers on which this user wants to receive incoming
# voice calls. The values are separated by commas. You can also use the special
# entry "*" which stands for accepting ALL incoming calls (use with care!).
# The special character "-" stands for "no destination number available". That
# is necessary for example for the austrian "Global Call" where no number is
# signalled when the main MSN is called (sic).
#
# voice_email="<mailaddress1>,<mailaddress2>,..." (optional)
#
# If given, this string indicates email-addresses where the received faxes
# and voice calls will be sent to. If it is not given, the recorded calls and
# faxes will be sent to the user on the current system. If you don't want to
# get emails, see the "action" option below.
#
# pin="<PIN number>" (optional, defaults to empty)
#
# pin for activating the remote inquiry. Start typing when the announcement
# is played. If you don't want remote inquiry function for your answering
# machine for security or other reasons, just set this to an empty string.
# You can use as many digits as you want. The script will wait 2 seconds after
# each typed digit for the next one.
#
# voice_action="<action>" (MANDATORY)
#
# Here you can define what action will be taken when a call is received.
# Currently, three possible actions are supported:
#
# MailAndSave - the received call will be mailed to the given address (see
# "email" above) and saved to the user_dir.
# SaveOnly - the call will be only saved to the user_dir
# None - only the announcement will be played - no voice file will
# be recorded
#
# Here's an example of a valid user configuration for "gernot" - just remove
# the leading #-signs and edit it (don't forget to change the pin!!):
#
#[gernot]
#voice_numbers="13,14"
#voice_action="MailAndSave"
#voice_delay="10"
#record_length="60"
#pin="99*45"