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HANGUP-MESSAGE-SKEL(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual HANGUP-MESSAGE-SKEL(1)

hangup-message-skel

hangup-message-skel [-h]
 
hangup-message-skel [-v] <string>
where string is in this format:
 
"*DATE*<mmddyyyy>*TIME*<hhmm>*LINE*<lineid>*NMBR*<number>*NAME*<name>*"

Hangup-message-skel is a template for leaving caller specific messages prior to terminating a call. Your script name should be the same name without -skel. Script names use the format: hangup-<name>
The example below assumes you have copied hangup-message-skel to hangup-message for your customized version of hangup-message-skel.
Delete the caller and message lines that are in hangup-message. Add your own caller and message lines to hangup-message:
caller[1]="<number>" message[1]="<recording file>"
You can add as many caller-message lines as you want. You would need to record the message files if you want to leave a personalized message.
Use this format for a message name for your recording: <number>.rmd
Server hangup extensions are only executed by the server unless testing.
Execute your custom hangup-message in a terminal window by itself for testing. Only fields used in the script are needed for the input string. To test your custom hangup-message script with a number:
/usr/local/share/ncid/extensions/hangup-message -v "*NMBR*4075551212*"

-h
show help message
-v
turn on verbose and send additional data to STDOUT for troubleshooting

/usr/local/share/ncid/extensions/hangup-message-skel
 
/usr/local/share/ncid/recording/*.rmd
 
/usr/local/etc/ncid/ncidd.whitelist

ncidd.8, ncidd.whitelist.5, hangup-calls-skel.1, hangup-closed-skel.1, hangup-skel.1

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