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My environment: Centos 5.6, Asterisk with freepbx , skype i.e.sends message with parameter skype.sh skype_user message.

Now i wanted to send skype notification so that my asterisk server notification are sent to skype rather than email (or to both skype and email).

I know, there is voicemail.conf, voicemail_general and vm_email.inc, which has these body created.

vm_email.inc

emailbody=${VM_NAME},\n\nThere is a new voicemail in mailbox ${VM_MAILBOX}

But i dont see where is something like "mail" command.

What my thought to do is: instead of saying "mailcmd" pass system ( /path/to/script) and it would simply send message as rest is already configured.

Any suggestion where i could run script rather than sending email Or Executing script on every incoming call, so that i could send as notification on every call over the Skype. (however, ultimate goal is to achieve miss call notification or voice mail notification over Skype.)

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Ok, i found solution,

It was fairly simple while trying to run script.. with system(/path/to/script)..

previously it didn't work due to the conflicts among the context while trying to intercept freepbx routing with manual routing.

[notification]
exten=> _.,1,NoOp(Incoming Call)
exten=> _.,n,System(/etc/asterisk/skype.sh CS 'Call From ${CALLERID(all)}')

As it would send notification on every Inbound hosted from same provider (or atleast with same context)

I wrote more to skip if its not certain DDI number.

[notification]
exten=> _.,1,NoOp(Incoming Call)
exten=> _.,n,GotoIf($["${CALLERID(dnid)}" != "44xxxxxxxxxx"]?final)
exten=> _.,n,System(/etc/asterisk/skype.sh CS 'Call From ${CALLERID(all)}')
exten=> _.,n,NoOp(Sending to PSTN Now)
exten=> _.,n,goto(from-pstn,${EXTEN},1)
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http://www.theschmandts.org/blog/email-notifications-for-missed-calls-in-asterisk

This might be helpful..

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