Re: [Users] AMR patch error

2005-02-28 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Did you follow the instructions to the letter? Can you confirm that the md5sum of the patch file you are using matches exactly that given on the site? (Possibly the download/save process mucked around with the file.) On Feb 27, 2005, at 07:53, Tech mark wrote: hi ,   when i try to install AMR

[Users] v0.9.7 out now

2005-03-04 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hello all, v0.9.7 is out and about (see website). Key changes: - Bug fixes as reported - Support for send/recieve to MMS clients who use IPv4/IPv6 addresses instead of MSISDNs - Generalised, plug-in based mechanism for identifying local MMS recipients (rather than using prefixes, etc) -

Re: [Users] kannel patch error

2005-03-08 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Eric, I think we've had this error before: Do not download the patch in such a way that it is modified! That is, if you use a browser to download, do not then try to edit the file in any way before use! To check that it is (or isn't) the same file, check that the md5 sum matches. On Mar 07,

Re: [Users] mms-client-ip-header

2005-03-09 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Ah, you need to re-compile Kannel using the patch because we added some more config directives. Then re-compile mbuni and all will be well. On Mar 09, 2005, at 16:21, Andrew Wingorodov wrote: If add subj in mmsc.conf, Mbuni output message 2005-03-09 16:11:11 [17544] [0] PANIC: Trying to

Re: [Users] Send/Receive MMS to mobile

2005-03-14 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, Kannel cannot send/receive MMS, but Mbuni can. Have you configured mbuni fully as described by the documentation? On Mar 11, 2005, at 14:08, Giulio wrote: Hi, I try to send mms to mobile with kannel. The instruction for send mms is: mmssend -f phone_number -t email -m fime.mms file_conf the

Re: [Users] New User Enquiry

2005-03-20 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hello Neil, Welcome to Mbuni! You can send a picture (MMS really) to an email address via Mbuni. You would however need to be able to change the phone configuration, so that the phone knows to send MMS via your Mbuni server. There are ways to do this automatically (using OTA settings), a

Re: [Users] mbuni invisible ?

2005-03-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
The issue is whether your WAP gateway is really sending the msisdn header. To find out if this is the case, you need to dump the HTTP headers that mbuni is seeing. Then when your WAP gateway sends the MMS request to Mbuni, mbuni will print the request headers. To do this, look inside

Re: [Users] Problems receiving MMS

2005-03-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
: *** [configure] Error 1 Best Regards Oscar Flores -Mensaje original- De: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] nombre de Paul Bagyenda Enviado el: martes, 29 de marzo de 2005 0:55 Para: Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Asunto: Re: [Users] Problems receiving MMS Oscar, I have updated

Re: [Users] mbuni invisible ?

2005-03-30 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Thanks for the update. Please share what changes you had to make so that we all avoid that mistake... On Mar 30, 2005, at 12:39, NZ wrote: Okay it works fine now. Thanks for all. NZ. Le Mercredi 30 Mars 2005 07:00, Paul Bagyenda a écrit : There is still a problem with your config from what I can

Re: [Users] nokia 6230 as GSM Modem

2005-04-21 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Gareth, To further clarify the situation, MMS travels over IP, unlike SMS. This means that the interface (serial or otherwise) does not really come into the picture. Somehow your phone must make a data call, get an IP address, then send the MMS to the designated (MMS GW) URL (usually via a

Re: [Users] Detokenizer module

2005-06-07 Thread Paul Bagyenda
A good sample is the mms_detokenize_shell.c file. In the current source it is compiled and installed in /usr/local/lib/mbuni/ -- I'd modify that and then set the option below as: detokenizer-library = /usr/local/lib/mbuni/libmms_detokenizer_shell.so  or something similar. The important thing is

Re: [Users] Web interface ?

2005-06-22 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Nicolas, There isn't. This is just an example assuming you have a third party application to do that...On Jun 22, 2005, at 11:11, NZ wrote: Hi, In the config file the mms-notify-text variable is set to :mms-notify-text = "You have received a multimedia message from %S, go to XXX to view it" but is

Re: [Users] Web interface ?

2005-06-22 Thread Paul Bagyenda
that is) and pass them on to a mail server elsewhere (configured). You can then use a standard web-mail package (tweaked of course) to view them... And are the messages easily displayable in a web browser ? De : [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] De la part de Paul Bagyenda Envoyé

Re: [Users] Email - MMS problem

2005-06-22 Thread Paul Bagyenda
The only possibility here is that the incoming message is too large for the phone so it rejects it. There is no other information in the notification that would warrant immediate rejection. P. On Jun 22, 2005, at 18:16, NZ wrote: Hi, I’ve got a little problem with the email to mms feature. When I

Re: [Users] Email - MMS problem

2005-06-24 Thread Paul Bagyenda
part de Paul Bagyenda Envoyé : jeudi 23 juin 2005 06:56 À : Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Objet : Re: [Users] Email - MMS problem  The only possibility here is that the incoming message is too large for the phone so it rejects it. There is no other information in the notification that would warrant

Re: [Users] Email - MMS problem

2005-06-28 Thread Paul Bagyenda
viour ? Anyway it would be cool to have a variable in the conf. file to set the maximum size of the messages mbuni should handle. Regards,NZ.  De : [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] De la part de Paul Bagyenda Envoyé : vendredi 24 juin 2005 18:41 À : Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Objet

Re: [Users] 0.99 install problem

2005-07-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, this looks like an ssl library link problem. Since mbuni does not use these libs, it must be inheriting them from kannel... Does kannel compile and install fine? If so, please send the output of gw-config --libs On Jul 05, 2005, at 12:14, Nigel Cannings wrote: hi there I'm

Re: [Users] comments on 0.9.9

2005-07-07 Thread Paul Bagyenda
you've had a chance to send a diff. If you like I can send you an mms message when I get it running. Thanks. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Paul Bagyenda Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 11:10 AM To: Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Subject

Re: [Users] comments on 0.9.9

2005-07-07 Thread Paul Bagyenda
: HTTP: Header does not contain a colon. BA D. 2005-07-07 12:47:46 [19693] [0] ERROR: HTTP: Header does not contain a colon. BA D. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Paul Bagyenda Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 11:59 AM To: Mbuni MMS Gateway

Re: [Users] MM7 Problem

2005-07-11 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, did you install an RPM or from source? If the latter, it sounds like your kannel was not patched correctly. On Jul 11, 2005, at 12:49, Giulio wrote: Hi, I install mbuni version 0.99. I put mm7-port = in the mbuni configuration file. When I start mmsglobarsender I receive this

Re: [Users] Obtain msisdn

2005-07-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
without access to the WAP GW, the only meaningful option is to write your own detokenizer library and use that to identify users. On Jul 15, 2005, at 22:47, Danny Alejandro Zenzano Arnez wrote: Hi, which is the form to obtain msisdn, if I don't have a Radius that works with my kanel

Re: [Users] mbuni and cell phones as gateways

2005-07-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Paolo, Apologies for the delay in responding. There are people using this kind of setup, so yes it is possible. On Jul 08, 2005, at 15:24, Paolo Losi wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to find a solution for sending mms to italian mobile operators. Up to now I've been able to send mms

Re: [Users] Detokenizer Module

2005-07-19 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Flores -Mensaje original- De: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] En nombre de Paul Bagyenda Enviado el: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 11:36 AM Para: Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Asunto: Re: [Users] Detokenizer Module The provided de-tokenizer module does nothing. The idea is that you

Re: [Users] Mail customization

2005-07-23 Thread Paul Bagyenda
not at the moment, but it is something that could be done. Take a look inside mmlib/mms_uaprof.c On Jul 22, 2005, at 12:10, Nicolas Zielinski wrote: Hi, I’d like to know if there is a way to customize and add contents to e-mails sent by mbuni, depending on the recipient or the prefix (with MM7

Re: [Users] MMS spool files deleted by mmsproxy

2005-08-03 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Franco, If you are using mmssend to send MMS, you should format the message as a m-send-req message. m-retrieve-conf was only supported as an after-thought, hence has had dodgy handling in the part of mmsrelay that handles notifications. I've updated CVS to take care of that, in the

Re: [Users] Some questions

2005-08-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Antonio, On Aug 04, 2005, at 21:59, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I've downloaded Mbuni 1.0.0 and testing it, let me say that is really a great solution and many thanks to all who has contributed to this project. I have some questions/comments. I saw a post before about the

Re: [Users] sending mms from pc

2005-08-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Alisson, MMS is a touch more involved. Yes you can send the message as you suggest, but the trouble comes with the receipt of it. Since the recipient only receives a notification (which contains a URL for fetching the message), you must at the very least know the IP assigned to your

Re: [Users] Receiving MMS with kannel 1.4 + mbuni 0.99

2005-08-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Rina, Apologies for the delay in response.  smsbox is receiving an MMS notification (sent over SMS). This is what the phone receives, which tells it to fetch the MMS at the given URL location.On Aug 01, 2005, at 13:02, A. Rina D. Rudyanto wrote:Hi all, I've recently set up kannel mbuni on a

Re: [Users] MMS spool files deleted by mmsproxy

2005-08-16 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Yes, that Kannel config is most useful :) On the issue of http download, it is true some telcos do build 'walled gardens'. In my country, this is not (yet) the case, as I think they'd have a problem offering enough for us to not want to climb out! On Aug 08, 2005, at 15:55, [EMAIL

Re: [Users] Some questions

2005-08-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Antonio - Mensaje original - De: Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fecha: Miércoles, Agosto 17, 2005 0:51 am Asunto: Re: [Users] Some questions On Aug 06, 2005, at 00:59, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Paul, Thanks for your answers, I did some test and here are my comments

Re: [Users] Complete working sample of Mbuni config file

2005-08-18 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, You appear to be lacking a setting for local-prefixes in your config file. That would be the problem. The error you are getting means mbuni does not know how to route to that recipient. On Aug 17, 2005, at 20:39, Sengen Prasomsouk wrote: Hello All, Where can I find a complete

Re: [Users] Complete working sample of Mbuni config file

2005-08-22 Thread Paul Bagyenda
e? I'm currently using v.0.9.9. Is there any way to send MMS message other than using mmssend command line? If so, would you please explain how, what format, etc...? I'm new to Mbuni and looking for any help that I can get...Thanks in advance and appreciate the help! Paul Bagyenda wrote:

Re: [Users] Complete working sample of Mbuni config file

2005-08-23 Thread Paul Bagyenda
at 0x814b148: Paul Bagyenda wrote: Hi,  1.0.0 fixed this problem, upgrade and it should go awayOn Aug 23, 2005, at 02:47, Sengen Prasomsouk wrote: Hi, Thanks for your reply... Would you please explain in details how do I format it as m-send-req? Are you talking about formating

Re: [Users] Debian packages

2005-08-30 Thread Paul Bagyenda
looks fairly benign. I would like to add this to CVS if that's ok with you? On Aug 30, 2005, at 19:02, Loïc Minier wrote: mbuni_1.0.0-1.diff.gz ___ Users mailing list Users@mbuni.org http://mbuni.org/mailman/listinfo/users_mbuni.org

Re: [Users] HTTP/1.0 after MMS notifications (WAP PUSHes)

2005-08-30 Thread Paul Bagyenda
On Aug 30, 2005, at 18:28, Loïc Minier wrote: Hi, When Mbuni sends MMS notifications, the phone connects back to the URL in the notification via its configured MMS WAP Gateway. However, it seems this results in HTTP 1.0 requests to the URL from the WAP GW. Is it possible to

Re: [Users] File Name of MMS Created

2005-09-20 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Short answer is that you can't (easily) do so, because the SMIL is within the (queued) binary message. The file name quoted in the log file is always relative to whatever queue directory the message has been written to (and of course convert each '-' to '/' in the file name). In general

Re: [Users] Compiling CVS

2005-09-21 Thread Paul Bagyenda
apologies. it is added. On Sep 21, 2005, at 19:17, Ian Cass wrote: mmsbox.h seems to be missing. make[2]: Entering directory `/root/mbuni/mbuni/mmsbox' if gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.. -I./../mmlib -g -O2 - D_XOPEN_SOURCE=600 -D_BSD_SOURCE -I/usr/local/include/kannel -

Re: [Users] mmsproxy crashing

2005-09-21 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Ian, Perhaps we could move this discussion to the devel list after this? I notice some problems with the MIME being sent: - The multipart/mixed parts appear a bit messed up. You have a multipart/mixed inside another one, and the inner one declares the same boundaries as the outer one

Re: [Users] Delivery Reports

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Bagyenda
yes On Sep 26, 2005, at 15:01, Ian Cass wrote: Is mBuni supposed to return delivery reports from the handset to the vasp over MM7? -- Ian Cass ___ Users mailing list Users@mbuni.org http://mbuni.org/mailman/listinfo/users_mbuni.org

Re: [Users] message id's don't match

2005-09-27 Thread Paul Bagyenda
A bug most certainly. I'll update CVS shortly with what I think is a fix. Try it and let us know (devel list). Problem was that the queue module was not keeping message ids constant when the message gets moved from one queue to the next. On Sep 27, 2005, at 13:06, Ian Cass wrote: Hi,

Re: [Users] Mbuni: getting MSISDN from Cisco AS5300 access server

2005-09-27 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Alexander, This is very welcome indeed and am sure a lot of people will find it handy. I would suggest the following: This more properly fits within the detokenizer module framework. That is, one needs to add a library that one can call. It's arguments (passed in config file) would

Re: [Users] Mbuni: getting MSISDN from Cisco AS5300 access

2005-09-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
, 27 Sep 2005 19:33:47 +0300 From: Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [Users] Mbuni: getting MSISDN from Cisco AS5300 access server To: Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Users@mbuni.org Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII; delsp=yes; format=flowed

Re: [Users] Problem with last CVS

2005-10-03 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Nicolas, You didn't forget anything! We've been generally making changes to the CVS. Many changes. Documentation will be updated shortly but you can track some of the changes by looking at the CVS logs. The mbuni group is now called 'mbuni' instead of mmsbox. See the sample config file

Re: [Users] how I can see the content of the MMS?

2005-10-14 Thread Paul Bagyenda
The binary MMS is contained in the file that begins with a 'd'. To see the MIME version, you probably need to write a little program that reads the file then uses the mmlib mms_tomime() function to convert it to mime. The code is there, there is just no tool at the moment to do it for you... P.On

Re: [Users] how I can see the content of the MMS?

2005-10-14 Thread Paul Bagyenda
It is installed in /usr/local/lib when you compile and install.On Oct 14, 2005, at 16:07, Danny Zenzano wrote: where is this library? -Mensaje original-De: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]En nombre de Paul BagyendaEnviado el: viernes, 14 de octubre de 2005 4:23Para:

Re: RE : [Users] how I can see the content of the MMS?

2005-10-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
The parameter base64 should be set to 1 if you want the function to base64 encode mime body parts that are binary. This is a good idea if you are going to send the message via email for example.On Oct 17, 2005, at 20:01, Danny Zenzano wrote: hola,   tanks for the answers.     I want to know...If I

Re: RE : [Users] how I can see the content of the MMS?

2005-10-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
You want to do this:1. octstr_read_file() to read the file into an Octstr *2. Use mms_frombinary(octstr, octstr_imm("[EMAIL PROTECTED]"))3. Then use the mms_tomime functionOr, use the VAS GW features.P.On Oct 17, 2005, at 23:04, Danny Zenzano wrote: thanks you   but, the paremeter "MmsMsg *msg"?

Re: [Users] MM7-EAIF and Nokia Mobile Server Services SDK 1.5

2005-10-20 Thread Paul Bagyenda
EAIF should work, and has been tested against NowMMS at least and found to work fine. The Nokia SDK v1.5 is another mater altogether. I tried once and got a (consistent) "null pointer exception" in the SDK. Error reporting wasn't quite what one would expect, so I gave up...Give it a shot and see! 

Re: RE : [Users] compatibility - mobile phone

2005-11-04 Thread Paul Bagyenda
I will gladly collate the list, if users would send through the information. My experience however is that it may be wiser to maintain an exceptions list (i.e. which phones do not work). Far shorter I expect. P. On Nov 03, 2005, at 18:28, Stipe Tolj wrote: Loïc Minier wrote: On jeu,

Re: [Users] compatibility - mobile phone

2005-11-04 Thread Paul Bagyenda
14:33, Paul Bagyenda wrote: I will gladly collate the list, if users would send through the information. My experience however is that it may be wiser to maintain an exceptions list (i.e. which phones do not work). Far shorter I expect. P. On Nov 03, 2005, at 18:28, Stipe Tolj wrote: Loïc

Re: [Users] [Fwd: can mbuni send the mms notification successfully to any sms aggregator ?]

2005-11-08 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Also: Be sure you have set the 'concatenation = true' flag of Kannel so it adds concatenation UDH as required... This has been a problem for some people here in the past. On Nov 08, 2005, at 12:42, Ian Cass wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: does any one know if there are any SMS operator

Re: [Users] mmsproxy crashes

2005-11-10 Thread Paul Bagyenda
A gdb or other dump trace would also be nice...ThanksOn Nov 11, 2005, at 00:34, Gelvis Sequera wrote:Can you send your config and log files? Gelvis Sequera Caracas, VenezuelaOn 11/10/05, Michael Iber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the use case is as follows:1) i send a pdu from server to phone using

Re: [Users] mmsproxy crashes

2005-11-14 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Thanks Michael, there was indeed a subtle bug: If you 'sent' a message (using mmssend) of type retreieve-conf (instead of send-req), fetching it would cause a crash of the proxy. Hopefully now fixed in CVS. P. On Nov 10, 2005, at 23:11, Michael Iber wrote: the use case is as follows: 1)

Re: [Users] Mbuni forwarding MMS advice and help needed _o

2005-11-25 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Jerry, The short answer is that Mbuni should be able to do this for you. Does the operator support MM7/SOAP or EAIF? You will need to know this. You will then need to run Mbuni as a MMS Gateway, which talks to an MMC, receives MMS and passes it on to your PHP files. For this though

Re: [Users] Change schema

2005-11-25 Thread Paul Bagyenda
It can only be changed in the code, although I had planned to make the MM7 version a config file option...P.On Nov 24, 2005, at 15:16, Irwin Williams wrote:Hi is it possible to change the schema that mbuni uses for mm7? I am using [

Re: [Users] Mbuni vs. http://www.nowmms.com/

2005-11-27 Thread Paul Bagyenda
To clarify the situation: Mbuni is a fully IP application. It does not talk to  GPRS modems at all, although of course once you have established a TCP/IP connection via the GPRS modem, there is no reason why Mbuni should not speak to the MMSC on the other side via that connection.  On Nov 28,

Re: [Users] Fairly simple question

2005-12-07 Thread Paul Bagyenda
It does. If you run Mbuni (CVS) in Gateway mode, it will receive the MMS, parse it, break it up, pass to your application (via HTTP or other means) whatever part(s) you want. Starting point: documentation in CVS... P. On Dec 07, 2005, at 19:10, Tom Burton wrote: J, This was something I

Re: [Users] Fairly simple question

2005-12-30 Thread Paul Bagyenda
to get the response to send back. Currently this is in CVS. I'd like to put this out at next release, but need to first sync with Kannel on the gwlib function name changes (and a few other changes discussed with you). On Dec 23, 2005, at 19:27, Stipe Tolj wrote: Paul Bagyenda wrote

Re: [Users] Mal-formed address problem

2005-12-30 Thread Paul Bagyenda
It appears the MMS message you are sending contains improperly formatted addresses within it.  But the failure to send the notification... that would be caused by a failure to talk to kannel most likely.On Dec 29, 2005, at 12:54, Teo wrote: Hi at all! When I try to send MMS via Mbuni by the

Re: [Users] Re: Kannel gwlib is required

2005-12-30 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Send log again. The *real* error is best diagnosed from config.log...On Dec 30, 2005, at 17:18, Real World wrote:hi to solve this problem , i installed redhat linux 9 in a separate machine and compile kannel and mbuni . but i'm still in the same error. unpack kannel in usr/local/kannel,

Re: [Users] Re: Kannel gwlib is required/ log file too big

2006-01-02 Thread Paul Bagyenda
yes pleaseOn Jan 02, 2006, at 06:54, Real World wrote:I sent u , that log file , but seems it is too big , i have to wait to get modarator approval, shall i send that log file  to [EMAIL PROTECTED] dirctly as a attachment ?Thank you , Mark. Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Send

Re: [Users] some phones do not get the notification messages

2006-01-12 Thread Paul Bagyenda
hi, tyr the optimize-notification flag. might help as some phones can't handle longer notifications. On Jan 12, 2006, at 10:36, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I tried to send MMS to Motrolla V220 and I am able to receive and download the MMS message. When I try to send MMS messages to Nokia

Re: [Users] sendMMS crashes MMSBox

2006-01-22 Thread Paul Bagyenda
yes there was indeed a bug with the send-mms interface -- thanks for catching that. CVS has been updated with a fix. P. On Jan 21, 2006, at 19:00, Julien Lesieur wrote: Hello all, I installed the last CVS version of Mbuni, in order to use the MMSBox for MM7. I'm successfully using the

Re: [Users] Messages being sent but fileformat unknown

2006-01-31 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, This sounds like a mail server or client screwing up. As a test, I suggest you send to an address that terminates on the same (hopefully) UNIX box, then use the 'mail' command to verify that you can see the message.  On Jan 31, 2006, at 16:36, Irwin Williams wrote:Hi, I'm sending messages via

Re: [Users] CancelReq operation (and getting deeper into mbuni)

2006-02-16 Thread Paul Bagyenda
If it fails to find the message, it returns a 2005 error code as per spec, which (last time I looked anyway) means "no message"On getting involved, If you want to get really into it, might be best to start with the core elements: message coding/decoding, queue management, etc., then move on to the

Re: [Users] Mbuni Segmentation Fault

2006-03-09 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Use CVS instead. The problem is that the content-id given in the SOAP header does not match that of any of the body elements (or the cid field is mal-formed). 1.0.0 could not handle that, CVS does fail more gracefully. P.On Mar 09, 2006, at 14:16, Rajesh V.P wrote:Thanx for your help. Attached the

[Users] Mbuni 1.1.0 release

2006-03-09 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Please find a new release of Mbuni v1.1.0 at http://www.mbuni.org/  Compared to v1.1.0, the most important addition is the VAS GW functionality. Please see the documentation for details. There have also been bug fixes of course since v1.0.0, hence an upgrade is advisable.It is envisaged/hoped that

Re: [Users] Mbuni 1.1.0 release

2006-03-09 Thread Paul Bagyenda
] 2006-03-09 16:42:08 [20257] [0] PANIC: mmsproxy [0x8052709] [1]+  Exit 1  mmsproxy mmsc.conf  Rgds Rajesh Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Please find a new release of Mbuni v1.1.0 at http://www.mbuni.org/  Compared to v1.1.0, the most important addition is the VAS

Re: [Users] Can't send MMS to Nokia MMSC

2006-03-23 Thread Paul Bagyenda
was placed in the subject.Maybe this is a problem on the MMSC side now. I’ll have to check. Thanks,  Davor Spasoski -Original Message- From: Paul Bagyenda [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 5:27 AM To: Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Subject: Re: [Users] Can't send MMS

Re: [Users] Mbuni 1.1.0 release

2006-03-23 Thread Paul Bagyenda
I believe so, yes.On Mar 23, 2006, at 17:51, Irwin Williams wrote:Hi, i'm about to reinstall my mbuni mmsc, using v 1.1.0 and i was wondering if u had incorporated this mm7 version and later versions into it, http://www.3gpp.org/ftp/Specs/archive/23_series/23.140/schema/REL-5-MM7-1-2   Irwin  On

Re: [Users] A few questions about the mmsbox (vasgw)

2006-04-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Davor, On the 15 minutes issue, this is the default queue run interval if you do not set one (see doc). I have lowered that to 1 minute  -- a bit more realistic :) On the issue of no service dispatch, you need to let me have a look at the log to see if there is a problem. Are you also not seeing

Re: [Users] A few questions about the mmsbox (vasgw)

2006-04-17 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Spasoski  -Original Message- From: Paul Bagyenda [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, April 17, 2006 8:32 AM To: Mbuni MMS Gateway Users List Subject: Re: [Users] A few questions about the mmsbox (vasgw) Davor,    On the 15 minutes issue, this is the default queue run interval if you do

Re: [Users] Nokia 9300 issues

2006-05-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, If I understand correctly, the phone can send the message fine but cannot retrieve a message. The most like cause is a bad URL. Can you send me (privately if you prefer it) the logs (including Kannel logs) so I can see what's going on? On May 04, 2006, at 20:26, Deon van der Merwe

Re: [Users] mbuni as vasgw

2006-05-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Are you sure you did not switch Kannel versions to an unpatched one?? Mine compiles fine On May 05, 2006, at 13:02, Davor Spasoski wrote: Paul, Thanks for the latest changes. I tried compiling and run into the following problem: mms_mm7soap.c:626: undefined reference to 

Re: [Users] mms-to-local-copy-handler not working?

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
You're right! CVS updated. Mea Culpa. P. On May 14, 2006, at 17:28, Deon van der Merwe wrote: Hi, I have a VASP configured to also receive a copy of all the MMS's delivered to mobiles. But this is not working. From the code it looks like this is only done if the recipient is a IP

Re: [Users] x-wap-profile missing/required

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Yes there is a way and in fact it is in there IMO, however obviously along the way a bug crept in. If the wap-profile URL is missing, Mbuni uses the HTTP Accept headers to try and find a reasonable compromise. I will do a fix and update. P. On May 15, 2006, at 19:34, Deon van der Merwe

Re: [Users] x-wap-profile missing/required

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
fixed hopefully in CVS. Please let me know. On May 15, 2006, at 19:34, Deon van der Merwe wrote: Hi, We are tracing a problem with a Motorola V3i submitting a message to mbuni. Thing is that the phone does not include the x-wap-profile HTTP header. So: the phone must be broken!!! Reading

Re: [Users] Better documentation with examples requ.

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
It is a point well-taken, however... there are always competing demands on those of us the lead developers. As such, we can't do a great job at everything. Only natural. If you want to take a stab at improving the documentation, your efforts would be most welcome, and I would be glad to

Re: [Users] x-wap-profile missing/required

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
. This external service will then a profile for the device. Maybe this external can make use of the WURFL database to create a response for mbuni to use (when no wap-profile is provided). I am able to the external service, but not the mbuni side of things. Any comments? On 5/15/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL

Re: [Users] mbuni.conf + fake mms ? MMS file

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
, videos, audios etc. in a binary mms file? Is there a open source utility for that? 3. How to unpack MMS (binary file) into its original ingredients, ie, text, videos, etc.4. Are there any sample MMS files available with Mbuni?Many ThanksKM On 5/6/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi,Answers

Re: [Users] Better documentation with examples requ.

2006-05-15 Thread Paul Bagyenda
on the basics, I will try out stuff. Once I feel I have some expertise, I shall write a good documentation. If someone wants, they can improve it further and put it up along with the existing docs. Thanks and waiting :)KMOn 5/15/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is a point well-taken, however

Re: [Users] mbuni.conf + fake mms ? MMS file

2006-05-16 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Actually if you are using Mbuni as you say, then you need not even worry about processing the MM7 requests yourself as Mbuni will handle that for you and, like Kannel hand you the parts of the message you are interested in, via HTTP. More on that here http://mbuni.org/

Re: [Users] incorrect mmsc for subscriber

2006-05-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, This bug is fixed in CVS. It was caused by a double-free() in mmsrelay, which thanks to you (and valgrind from valgrind.org) we were able to arrest! P. On May 16, 2006, at 17:17, Deon van der Merwe wrote: Hi, I have started seeing this in our logs today. Two things that

Re: [Users] Sending MMS to MMSC, forwarding it to VASP, and saving the MMS

2006-05-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
ot;. I think I'm doing something wrong with http-post-parameters. Please advise. GratefulKMP.S. I sent you two (Paul) JPEG files (showing Mbuni architecture) based on my understanding. Could you please validate those.On 5/17/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok I may not be able to offer a

Re: [Users] samsung d800 problems

2006-05-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Thanks to Deon for a contribution to the list of working phones. Hopefully latest CVS can resolve the issue with d800. On May 29, 2006, at 10:19, Deon van der Merwe wrote: Hi Paul, At 08:31 AM 5/29/2006, Paul Bagyenda wrote: Hi Deon, I suspect this phone's software is reading the specs

Re: [Users] message expiry confusion

2006-05-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
It does actually expire after the 3 attempts. Perhaps its shouldn't and only wait for message expiry (but stop sending notifications)? On May 25, 2006, at 20:43, Deon van der Merwe wrote: Hi, I am a little confused about the way in which the message expiry works: - default expiry set to

Re: [Users] message expiry confusion

2006-05-29 Thread Paul Bagyenda
van der Merwe wrote: Hi Paul, On 5/29/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It does actually expire after the 3 attempts. Perhaps its shouldn't and only wait for message expiry (but stop sending notifications)? You see, if the subscribers handset is set to *not* automatically retreive

Re: [Users] Empty MMSC password using EAIF

2006-05-31 Thread Paul Bagyenda
hi, From the log, the problem appears to be different. You are trying to send a message out to the Nokia MMSC, and it responds with a 400 error, with a message validation error. I'd suggest you switch to CVS and see if this problem (as for Davor) goes away. On May 31, 2006, at 05:57,

Re: [Users] PHP $_FILES not workibng. $_POST works

2006-05-31 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi, your PHP looks wrong. You are looking for 'userfile' in _POST instead of in _FILES (where it certainly will not be since it is a 'file upload'). Using the PHP sample script I sent I was able to see the upload just fine in _FILES. First simplify your PHP, see that you can see something in the

Re: [Users] Sending MM through VASGW

2006-05-31 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi Pedro, Glad to hear it worked fine. Answers to your questions below On Jun 01, 2006, at 00:49, Pedro Miguel Duque wrote: Hi all, I've installed mmsbox succesfully using eaif and now i can send MMS's using text and smil parameters in a wget request like: wget http://localhost:13501?

Re: [Users] HTTP POST by VAS

2006-06-01 Thread Paul Bagyenda
comments belowOn Jun 01, 2006, at 10:51, kartikay malhotra wrote:Hi ! http-post-parameters = fx=trueimages[]=%itext[]=%t1. I gather fx is merely a variable, which could be used to test some condition, right? 2 .Well Paul, in my case $_FILES is empty. I'm positive about that. I've tried

Re: [Users] Size of received file not consistent with what is sent.

2006-06-01 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Please send the two files: The one you send and the one you receive. I suspect there is a small problem with the multipart/form-data encoding.P.On Jun 02, 2006, at 08:22, kartikay malhotra wrote:Hi Paul and Everyone,Thanks a million Paul. The code works fine. The problem however, was not with

Re: [Users] Size of received file not consistent with what is sent.

2006-06-02 Thread Paul Bagyenda
everytime I send the file across. In other words, file corruption (or format conversion, if any) must be of the same type, no? On 6/2/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Please send the two files: The one you send and the one you receive. I suspect there is a small problem with the multipart/form

Re: [Users] kannel post-url options in mbuni

2006-06-03 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi,  These are sent as HTTP request headers, not as HTTP form variables. Is this a problem?P.On Jun 03, 2006, at 07:17, Antonio Bassinger wrote:hi folksi was looking through kannel's sms-service configurations. there are many options for post-url like%p - phone number of sender%P - phone number of

Re: [Users] no logs on VASP end

2006-06-03 Thread Paul Bagyenda
Hi,Please clarify your rquestion. Are you saying mmsbox does not log this information? It does seem to do so.On Jun 03, 2006, at 08:10, Antonio Bassinger wrote:hiaccess.log has sender, receiver addresses, date and time! but it is created at mmsc, not at VASP :( i require sender, receiver address,

Re: [Users] x-mbuni headers?

2006-06-03 Thread Paul Bagyenda
The X-mbuni headers are HTTP headers sent as part of the HTTP request to the VASP. They contain additional information such as sender, recipient, subject etc. Using PHP or any other web programming language, you can look out for these request headers in your program. On Jun 02, 2006, at

Re: [Users] x-mbuni headers?

2006-06-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
the server. Regrds Bassinger On 6/3/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The X-mbuni headers are HTTP headers sent as part of the HTTP requestto the VASP. They contain additional information such as sender,recipient, subject etc. Using PHP or any other web programminglanguage, you

Re: [Users] x-mbuni headers? sender receiver

2006-06-05 Thread Paul Bagyenda
still have to parse the message however to obtain CC, BCC, multiple recipients.thanks allthesameAntonio On 6/5/06, Paul Bagyenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Let me try to answer the questions below: On Jun 04, 2006, at 10:10, Antonio Bassinger wrote:thanx Mr. Bagyenda yea, there are logs. i goofed up

Re: [Users] port 1981 and 10001

2006-06-06 Thread Paul Bagyenda
On Jun 06, 2006, at 15:38, jammers yann wrote: please xcuz me when i send a request throught http://localhost:1981/sendmms?uername=didipassword=didifrom=100/ TYPE=PLMNto=142/TYPE=PLMNtext=hello world and when i send http://localhost:1981 what's the difference the first it's vor

Re: [Users] send mms via sms port 1981

2006-06-07 Thread Paul Bagyenda
The send mms port doesn't understand standard form encoding. It expects the entire body to be a MMS message (or text, or some other content type), and the from, to, etc to be passed as URL GET parameters. So, you'd need to use a scripting language like Perl/ Python to get this behaviour.

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