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On 01/31/2012 12:17 AM, Ira wrote:
> Tonight I tried 4 versions of Asterisk; 10.0.0, 10.0.1, 10.1.0 and trunk.
> On 10.1.0 and trunk, I can’t successfully enter the password for any
> mailbox in voicemailmain on my Aastra 480i phones. All four version work
> with a Snom cordless SIP phone. In 10.0.0 and 10.0.1 the Aastra works
> perfectly. So needless to say I’m back to running 10.0.1. The WAF is
> very low for stuff like that.

It is quite unlikely that there were any changes between 10.0.1 and
10.1.0 that would affect DTMF detection or app_voicemail itself, but
it’s certainly possible. That’s why we have an issue reporting system,
and it’s also why we produce release candidates to get testing prior to
making official releases.

> I notice that comedian mail has <> instead of [] brackets. Does that
> mean it’s on its way to being deprecated?

I assume you are referring to how app_voicemail (not ‘comedian mail’) is
listed the menuselect tool. Umm… no, those are completely unrelated.
How did you reach that assumption?

3 thoughts on - Problem with DTMF in Voicemail main

  • At 06:05 AM 1/31/2012, you wrote:

    Well, none the less, it’s broken now and it wasn’t before. I always
    try to run the release candidates but must have missed the one for
    10.1. I added a report to JIRA.

    It was not an assumption, it was a question. It’s the first time I
    remember app_voicemail not being checked by default and the first
    time I remember seeing it with <> brackets.

  • app_voicemail (on some systems) requires that res_adsi and res_smdi be
    built and loaded; if they are not enabled, then the ‘checkbox’ for
    app_voicemail changes to angle brackets.In menuselect, the presence of
    angle brackets instead of square brackets means that enabling the item
    in question is going to also automatically enable modules/features that
    it depends on that are themselves currently disabled (sorry for the long
    sentence… it’s just how menuselect works).