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NetBSD 6.1.5 - man page for isdntel (netbsd section 8)

ISDNTEL(8)			   BSD System Manager's Manual			       ISDNTEL(8)

NAME
     isdntel -- isdn4bsd telephone answering management utility

SYNOPSIS
     isdntel [-a aliasfile] [-d spooldir] [-p playcommand] [-t timeout]

DESCRIPTION
     isdntel is used to provide an ``answering machine'' functionality for incoming telephone
     voice messages.

     The following options are supported:

     -a      Use aliasfile as the pathname for an aliasfile containing aliases for phone numbers.
	     The default path is /etc/isdn/isdntel.alias.  The format of an alias entry is the
	     number string followed by one or more spaces or tabs. The rest of the line is taken
	     as the alias string. Comments are introduced by a leading blank, tab or ``#'' char-
	     acter.

     -d      Use spooldir as the directory where the incoming voice messages are stored by the
	     ``answ'' script called by isdnd(8).  This defaults to the directory /var/isdn.  The
	     format of a voice message filename is:

		   YYMMDDhhmmss-dest_number-source_number-length_in_secs

     -p      Use playcommand as the command string to execute for playing a voice message to some
	     audio output facility. The characters %s are replaced by the currently selected
	     filename. The default string is cat %s | alaw2ulaw >/dev/audio

     -t      The value for timeout specifies the time in seconds the program rereads the spool
	     directory when there is no keyboard activity.

     The screen output should be obvious. If in doubt, consult the source.

SEE ALSO
     isdntel(4), isdnd.rc(5), isdnd(8)

AUTHORS
     The isdntel utility and this manual page were written by Hellmuth Michaelis <hm@kts.org>.

BSD					  July 11, 1998 				      BSD


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