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.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has time-based configuration, better compatibility with Python 2.2, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Compatibility with gcc 2.95 and script argument parsing fixes.
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.
Release Notes: This release has compilation fixes, and has been updated for libshbuf 0.0.3.
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.