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[SR-Users] Handle "MESSAGE" packet
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aawaise
2014-10-15 07:56:34 UTC
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I want to know how kamailio server handles incoming MESSAGE packets of SIP
format ?
If a sender sends a MESSAGE packet for receiver, and receiver is offline,
how will server handle the packet. Can it hold the packet until the receiver
is online and then deliver to receiver ??



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Juha Heinanen
2014-10-15 08:01:43 UTC
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Post by aawaise
I want to know how kamailio server handles incoming MESSAGE packets of SIP
format ?
If a sender sends a MESSAGE packet for receiver, and receiver is offline,
how will server handle the packet. Can it hold the packet until the receiver
is online and then deliver to receiver ??
see msilo module.

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aawaise
2014-10-16 07:45:27 UTC
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How can I add and configure MSILO module in already configured kamailio-3.1
server ??
Will a reinstallation be required or MSILO can be added directly ??
Please guide about addition procedure.
Thanks



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Daniel-Constantin Mierla
2014-10-16 08:26:09 UTC
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msilo module is installed (deployed) by default.

You just need to load it in kamailio.cfg and the configure the routing
logic to store when user is offline and send from db when the user
becomes online -- there should be many snippets of config with msilo on
the web that can help figuring out what and where to add, including the
readme of the msilo module:

- http://kamailio.org/docs/modules/stable/modules/msilo.html#idp1828304

Cheers,
Daniel
Post by aawaise
How can I add and configure MSILO module in already configured kamailio-3.1
server ??
Will a reinstallation be required or MSILO can be added directly ??
Please guide about addition procedure.
Thanks
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aawaise
2014-10-21 07:19:29 UTC
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Using snippets on internet at link
http://sip-router.1086192.n5.nabble.com/Msilo-not-delivering-message-status-408-td128964.html#a129065
I have tried to add msilo module to my kamailio.cfg. Problem is that
messages from a user are received on the server. And they can be seen using
siremis. But they are not forwarded when the intended receiver gets online.
I have added the outboud_proxy in modparameters of MSILO module

#!ifdef WITH_MSILO
modparam("msilo", "db_url",
"mysql://openser:5mil5My5ql-Q0ErXNX1RuawACv1+***@public.gmane.org/openser")
modparam("msilo", "from_address", "sip:$***@mydomain")
modparam("msilo", "contact_hdr", "Contact:<sip:$***@mydomain>\r\n")
modparam("msilo", "content_type_hdr", "Content-Type:text/plain\r\n")
modparam("msilo", "offline_message", "User $rU is offline!")
modparam ("msilo", "outbound_proxy", "sip:mydomain:6524;transport=tcp")
modparam ("msilo", "outbound_proxy", "sip:mydomain")
modparam("msilo", "expire_time", 604800)
#!endif

I have added the required snippets in location, authorization and relay
routes as well. Thanks for any help you will provide.



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