We have recorded everything as per the requirements of digium, and will work on submitting the audio files to them. What is the process for submitting the FreePBX Prompts - I assume the same format as required by digium is suitable (".wav" 48kHz 16-bit signed linear).
Hi Tony. Can you advise how I would know if they are FreePBX vs Asterisk prompts? I guess my concern currently is I wonder what else is potentially missing. is there any trick to get Asterisk to report an error/warning if it can not locate the sound file in the default directory (ie if it is unable to locate the audio file in en_NZ, and uses the audio from en, write an error message to the log?)
Looks to be more than just the call forward module. I have just quickly run the the feature codes - i have simply dialed the feature code, and have listened to the top level audio that is played. My concern is without testing everything in detail there are likely to be other prompts missing.
then-press-pound can be replaced in code with vm-press-pound
ha/phone can probably just be removed in code. “Phone 555-1212 is currently unavailable” is a bit strange anyways.
is-curntly-unavail can be replaced in code with vm-isunavail
press-1 can be replaced in code with press&digits/1
and can be replaced in code with vm-and
if-correct-press already exists in core-sounds. Do you have version 1.5 of the prompts installed (in the soundlang module, you can click the language name to get more details)?
Please create an issue over at http://issues.freepbx.org/ and post the link here. We should continue the discussion over there. It’ll also make sure those code changes I mentioned above get made.