Tips on Voicemail storage using ODBC or IMAP?
tzafrir.cohen at xorcom.com
Thu Sep 7 17:13:26 MST 2006
On Thu, Sep 07, 2006 at 08:39:21AM -0400, Rushowr wrote:
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> Hey all,
> I'm looking into setting up a system or two with either IMAP or ODBC
> storage of Voicemail messages and wanted to hear about your experiences,
> gather tips or warnings, etc, before I go diving too deep into it. Are
> either of those storage methods working reliably for any of you? What
> are some of the issues you had to deal with when setting it up? What's
> the performance like? You get the general idea...
What does "imap storage" mean? Does Asterisk write directly to the
mailboxes or does it connect solely as an imap cliet? Or both?
One other thing: I remember that there is something I disliked about the
mbx format: last time I looked closely it was practically unsupported by
anything other than the tools of the WU distributions.
Looking ay Debian now I see just two packages that seem to be aware of
mbx folders (archmsg and mailsync). I also see that the version of
c-client in Debian is 2002 (!).
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