[asterisk-dev] Relating Monitor Recording to a Call Unique ID

Dave Woolley david.woolley at bts.co.uk
Wed Jun 16 05:32:50 CDT 2010

> If you are replying to my post, II am not sure what you are talking about.  
> I had someone modify the OrecX code to put all the output files into a single 
> folder and use the sipcallid as the GUID.

I'm not sure how I was supposed to know this.  The default for naming monitor files is, I believe, the Asterisk unique ID for the channel instance that is being recorded, and that is what I assumed you meant by unique ID and what I described.

I have a feeling you should be talking to OrecX, rather than the Digium developers.

By the way, you placed your reply after my signature separator, which can result in it being suppressed by some mail clients.  It looks like it was greyed out by yours.

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