Andrew D Kirch Posted June 28, 2007 Report Share Posted June 28, 2007 First off I'm going to start by saying I screwed up... big time. I should have checked to make sure e-mail was routing correctly out of PBXnSIP after I removed an interface from the box. I'm not lazy, I just forgot. PBXnSIP could have helped me... there could have been a diagnostics page noting that either an hourly (once a minute even) automated test showed that hey, PBXnSIP can't get to your mail server, or your trunk has come unregistered, or something else has gone a bit wrong, such that since I'm unaware of it I'm going to get embarassed later. Also, when PBXnSIP is set up to send voicemail via e-mail and not retain a local copy, should that mail be non-deliverable PBXnSIP loses it. Yesterday my boss lost 48 hours worth of voicemail, and this is not my fault. PBXnSIP needs to ensure that data is retained. It needs to ensure that no matter what's broken it can communicate this to the administrator via a notification e-mail or via some sort of status screen in the PBXnSIP interface. I should be able to go to one page and see how many extensions are configured, and how many are registered, the success or failure or the last several calls out a trunk etc. Really the Status page needs to be expanded from very basic information in the administrator view to being much more extensive. I need to know the health of the system if I'm going to support it. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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