Is it possible to email voicemail from SPA400?

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Sep 8th, 2009

Is it possible to email voicemail from SPA400?

This is such a wonderful feature of many phone systems, yet with the SPA400 i am unable to find out how to do it?

There is no supporting documentation on this capability but i am confident that it can be accomplished some how, either via smtp or a custom script?

How can this be done?

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William Childs Wed, 09/09/2009 - 04:54

This is not a supported feature. The only way to retrieve voicemails is by dialing the envelop on the phone. The SPA series does not support any voice-to-text feature. If that is a needed feature, please look into the UC540 or UC560. It is considerably more robust, and definitely supports the feature you desire.


Bill

William Childs Thu, 09/10/2009 - 21:52

UC560 is to support more users than UC540. The full details will not be available until the product is officially released. As of now the UC540 is the latest and greatest Small Business Pro all-in-one voice system.

montefusco Fri, 09/11/2009 - 09:27

Voice-to-text feature does not apply to this scenario and the client has 2 of these systems in production so an upgrade to have voicemail emailed is not realistic at this time. However i was reading that this whole LVS system, the spa9000 and spa400, are both running an embedded version of linux with asterisk. That being said there has to be a way because asterisk has that feature builtin! Some people online claim they can connect to the CLI interface of these devices and edit the code to enable the voicemails to be sent via smtp to an email address. I just havent figured out how to do it yet. Any input would be greatly appreciated!

William Childs Fri, 09/11/2009 - 20:55

This feature is not in the Cisco approved firmware and thus not supported. I do not recommend putting unapproved firmware on these devices as it makes their warranty void. As these devices do run a linux version and are able to be reached for CLI configuration, they should not be modified via the command line AT ALL. This violates the agreements for using the device and it violates the legal agreement you accept when you download our firmware.


This is the agreement:


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2.                  That you are only entitled to download Cisco software for the Cisco hardware chassis or device or the particular application software or signature file for which you have paid the applicable software license fees;

3.                  That you must purchase a Cisco Operating system Software feature set upgrade license if the feature set you intend to download is not included in your initial license;

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The url it references is here:

http://tools.cisco.com/legal/cnaren/DisplayDocServlet?DocId=366310&DocType=html&MimeType=text/html&Location=null


I do not wish to be a pain, but modifying the firmware/software is ILLEGAL.


Sorry,


Bill


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