The quick and dirty way to do this is to disable VLAN pruning on the trunk connection between the switches. VLAN pruning prevents packets from crossing trunked connections is no ports are addressed by the packets on the far side of the trunk. In most cases, this is a good thing that reduces unnecessary traffic. But in your case, it is preventing packets that you want to see from getting to your call recorder. The default setting is that all VLANs are eligible for pruning.
The command to disable VLAN pruning is:
switchport trunk pruning vlan except 7
This command should be used on the interface of the trunk connection for both SW1 and SW2.
The problem that you will have is that the destination for an RSPAN session needs to be on a different switch from the source - you would need to put your call recording server on another switch which does not have devices you wish to monitor on.
A possible alternative would be to put another NIC in the recording server (if supported) and connect it to SW2.
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