The vocp.conf file is used to configure the system's behavior and
to tell it about your particular setup (where to look for certain files,
etc.). Normally, most of the entries in the file do not need to be modified
- especially after the ### END USER CONFIG ### line - but there
are a few options you may need to tweak.
Make sure the following options are set correctly for your system
||directory which contains the pvftoXXX utility programs
||the rmdformat for your modem
||the compression method to use when creating rmd files
||the sample rate to use for rmd files
||the program used to send email notifications
||whether to attach voicemail to email notifications
||format of attachments (ogg, mp3, wav)
All the info needed to set these correctly can be found within the vocp.conf
file itself (normally located in /etc/vocp/).
Additional configuration may be required if you wish to use voicemail email
or program output
or other additional functionalities. Please check the relevant
sections on the site or in the doc directory included with VOCP.