[asterisk-dev] app_voicemail.c developpement

David Florella, Legos dflorella at legos.fr
Thu Apr 19 07:59:18 MST 2007

Thank you for your answer. When I try your solution, Asterisk only read the
first digit of the personal extension number. Do you have another idea to
resolve my problem?

Is someone already do a thing like that (change the way of pronunciation of
the personal extension number)? 

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[mailto:asterisk-dev-bounces at lists.digium.com] De la part de Tilghman Lesher
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Objet : Re: [asterisk-dev] app_voicemail.c developpement

On Wednesday 18 April 2007, David Florella, Legos wrote:
>             I'm French, and my English is not very good. So, I excuse me.
> have the project to personalize the voicemail's IVR. During the intro
> message (when you call the voicemail of someone), Asterisk pronounce the
> number of the personal extension number by number (like that : 0.1..2.3.)
> and I would like it pronounce it by couple of numbers (like that :
> I have read on forums that I have to modify the app_voicemail.c to do it.
> Is there another solution to modify the voicemail's IVR without modify the
> app_voicemail.c ? And I want to know if you have ideas about the way I can
> do this modificaton ?

The routine you're looking for is invent_message() in app_voicemail.c.  What
you'll probably want to do is replace the call to ast_say_digit_str() with
multiple calls to ast_say_number().

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