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THIS WIKI HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR VERSION 13 OF YOUR PBX GUI

Commercial Module

Overview  

With the Call Recording Report module, you can view, sort, listen to, archive, and download all recorded calls on your system.

Logging In

  • In the top menu, go to Reports
  • In the drop-down, go to Call Recordings

Call Recordings

Viewing Call Recordings

Call recordings will be viewable directly in the browser until they are removed from the list and compressed into an archive. (See "Recording Archives" and "Settings" below.)

In the Call Recordings tab, select a year and month from the drop-down menus in order to view call recordings.

 

The data categories include:

  • Type: The type of call (In, Outbound, Queue, etc.)
  • Source: The originator of the call.
  • Destination: The recipient of the call.
  • Date-Time: The date (YYYY/MM/DD) and time (HH:MM:SS; 24-hour clock) of the call.
  • Duration: The duration of the recording (MM:SS).

Playing a Call Recording in Browser

For each recording, you can play, pause, replay, mute, and un-mute the recording in your browser.

Buttons

 : Play

 : Loading, please wait

 : Pause

: Replay (start over)

As the recording plays, the status bar will show how many seconds have been played, and how many seconds are left. You can drag the slider  left or right to jump to a different position in the recording.

 

Downloading a Call Recording

You can save a call recording sound file to your computer by clicking the download button .

Your browser will download the file.

Deleting a Call Recording

You can delete a call recording by clicking the trash button .

Click OK in the pop-up window to confirm deletion.

A status message will appear, letting you know the recording has been deleted.

Recording Archives

In the Recording Archives tab, you can view and download call recording archives. An archive will only be available for three months, so if you would like to save a permanent copy, make sure to download it before the system deletes it.

Archived recordings are stored in /var/spool/asterisk/monitor. You will see items such as "backup1.tar,"  "backup2.tar," and "backup3.tar.These archive files can be opened using common software tools such as Winzip or 7-Zip.

Only three archives are stored in the system at a time. As archives are created, the oldest archive is deleted. Archives are created on the first day of every month.

Settings

The Settings tab lets you define when to archive call recordings, and set up to & from e-mail addresses for archive reminders.

Archive Limit

Recordings on your system will be archived when they are older than the number of months you enter here. For example, if you enter "1," recordings over a month old will be archived. We recommend a setting of no more than 3 months, in order to prevent system performance issues.

Reminder Email

After a new recording archive is created, a reminder e-mail will be sent to this address.

From Email

This is the address that archive reminder e-mails appear to come from.

4 Comments

  1. The auto archiving isn't working. I've posted to the forums but no one cares to answer.

  2. I can confirm.  Auto-archiving is not working.

  3. Chris Knight I found that if you leave any of the fields in the settings page blank then it doesn't work. Initially I didn't want a reminder so left it blank but that was the cause of the issue. Obviously rubbish documentation and no logs to help. 

  4. its a commercial module -  please open a commercial support ticket; support is included as long as the module is under maintenance