Re: Deleting OLD Voicemails

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I use find on a cron schedule to remove old recordings everyday. Im sure you can do the same

find -H /var/log/asterisk/asterisk_rec/* -mtime +90 -type f -exec rm -v {} \;

anything older than 90 days

On 27 May 2012 09:20, Eric Wieling <EWieling@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I believe one of the patches involved in fixing for The Great Voicemail Problem* about a year ago was to make voicemail automatically renumber the mailbox files if it saw a gap.

* from memory: The Great Voicemail Problem is a bug where if you received a new voicemail while listening to a message, the mailbox was not renumbered correctly when you deleted a message.

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Subject: Re: Deleting OLD Voicemails

I did not understand. What do you mean with renumber all the messages?

El 25/05/2012 02:27, "Edwin Lam" <edwin.lam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:


       On 5/23/12 2:42 AM, Danny Dias wrote:


               Can i delete like this:

               rm -rf /var/spool/asterisk/voicemail/voicemailcontextcustomer/300/INBOX/*.*

               Is that ok? will this break something?



       that's ok
       no it shouldn't break anything.
       however if you're going to delete some of the messages. you have to
       renumber all the messages so that they are consecutive otherwise
       the voicemail application may give you grief.



               A little doubt here, once the user hears the voicemail using the phone, the
               message is automatically moved to Old folder, is that right?



       yes


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