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HI

I would like to have every domains recording in a septate folder in the recording folder (sub folder for each domain and daily a new folder in that folder ) what to i need to enter by "Record Location:" so i can give ftp- access to the end user to the recordings

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HI

I would like to have every domains recording in a septate folder in the recording folder (sub folder for each domain and daily a new folder in that folder ) what to i need to enter by "Record Location:" so i can give ftp- access to the end user to the recordings

Thanks

 

If you are using 4.2.0.3981 version, then you can set "$r/$o/$d/$a/$t-$i-$u-$n.wav" as the record location to have the file created under "recordings/<domain>/<current date>/<user>/" folder. You can (re)move $o, $d, $a based on your need.

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this works grate $r/$o/$d/$a/$t-$i-$u-$n.wav

is their a way that the pbx can remove recordings after 30 days if yes how do i configure it ?

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There is no setting on the PBX to remove the recording. Maybe you should setup some OS level tools (e.g., cron jobs under Linux systems) to do that.

 

How to set Record Location to a specific folder under Macintosh with snomONE 4.2.1.4025? I cannot figure the way of making all recording saving to :

 

Macintosh HD/Applications/snomONE/recording/$r/$d/$t-$i-$u-$n.wav

 

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How to set Record Location to a specific folder under Macintosh with snomONE 4.2.1.4025? I cannot figure the way of making all recording saving to :

 

Macintosh HD/Applications/snomONE/recording/$r/$d/$t-$i-$u-$n.wav

 

thanks

 

Anyone???

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I guess the problem is the space in the path. You can as well just use "$r/$d/$t-$i-$u-$n.wav" or "recording/$r/$d/$t-$i-$u-$n.wav" ($r stands for recording).

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