I'm looking for a way to scan all subscribers accounts to see if they have recorded their name or not. I already have the subscriber information dump tool, but it does not have a section for a subscribers recorded name.
Hmmm... there's no easy way to do this. I can adjust the Subscriber Information Dump tool to check for this, however voice names are handled differently in 2.x vs. 3.x so I'll need to stick in special code to deal with this.
I'll take a look at this today after I get the current project I'm working on delivered to QA and see how much work this would be.
Took a quick look and this turned out to be reasonably straight forward. Version 3.0.33 of the Subscriber Information Dump tool now has the ability to spit out a 0 or a 1 in the 'Voice Name Recorded' column depending on if the user has a recorded voice name or not. I tested this on 2.4.6(102) and 3.1(4) and it worked fine on both.
If you want the updated version go ahead and send me a message at "firstname.lastname@example.org" and I'll email it to you (it's small). I'll post it on AnswerMonkey.net tonight.
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