Hello, setting up a very basic asterisk 13 server on a Debian (jessy) host. In and outgoing calls are working fine, and I can call in- and external extensions. I compiled asterisk from source. So to take it to the next level, I configured voicemail (voicemail.conf), and created one mailbox (7001) for all my internal extensions (600X) in extensions.conf. Next, I set up extension 1001 for voicemail access (VoiceMailMain()) in extensions.conf.
I dialed in, and actually was able to place a new voicemail message. However, on trying to listen back, I get just a starting message (“you have one”) and then the call gets aborted, showing:
'Spawn extension (internal, , 2) exited non-zero on ‘SIP/’.
Which, I read somewhere, actually means that the call actually ended normally (really?)
With voicemail not being particularly useful this way, can someone pass some hints on how to troubleshoot this? Have tried google, but cannot find someone that has posted similar problems as far as I can tell.
TY, Jan Vergouwe, Netherlands