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ISDN Voice Box Answering Machine

ivam (ISDN Voice Box Answering Machine) is a telephony application server system for ISDN and Linux. It consists of two parts: a C-coded daemon responsible for call setup, and high-level Python scripted applications.

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  •  09 Feb 2004 20:36

    Release Notes: This release has time-based configuration, better compatibility with Python 2.2, and many bugfixes.

    •  26 Jan 2004 18:13

      Release Notes: Compatibility with gcc 2.95 and script argument parsing fixes.

      •  21 Jan 2004 13:37

        Release Notes: This is a complete rewrite. A daemon architecture is used instead of a getty architecture. Call disptaching was made more flexible. Multiple channels per daemon and multiple telephony applications per daemon are now supported. The default voice box application is now more powerful.

        •  02 May 2002 18:12

          Release Notes: This release has compilation fixes, and has been updated for libshbuf 0.0.3.

          •  07 Feb 2002 18:23

            Release Notes: Better latency (thus reacts quicker on touchtone sequences), syslog support, passing the incoming telephone number to the processing script (and thus mailed to the user), better documentation, and assorted fixes.

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