In keeping with the PBX in a Flash promise, here is the sixth in the Nerd Vittles script collection. In under 10 seconds, it installs the new Telephone Reminders application for Asterisk 1.4 on PBX in a Flash systems only. Run the install only once! After installation, you can access Telephone Reminders by dialing 1-2-3 from any phone on your system. The default password is 12345678. Recurring reminders are supported! Two different bugs have been reported in this thread, and we found a third that caused recurring reminders to not be delivered. All downloads after 4 a.m., Feb. 25, 2008 have all reported issues fixed so there is no need for patches. If you read this entire thread, you will have a very good grasp of why deprecating commands and changing basic system functionality in Asterisk is such a very bad idea!! While you'll never know it from the install, reworking this application for Asterisk 1.4 was a royal pain!!! It took almost 40 hours and is the major reason for much of this week's Nerd Vittles diatribe. If you'd like to test this (do it only once!!), log into your PBX in a Flash server as root and issue the following commands: Code: [COLOR=black] cd /root wget http://bestof.nerdvittles.com/applications/reminders4/reminders.pbx chmod +x reminders.pbx ./reminders.pbx amportal restart ln -s /opt/swift/bin/swift /usr/bin/swift [/COLOR] For preliminary documentation and customization tips, see the Telephone Reminder 3.0 documentation on the Best of Nerd Vittles site. Your feedback is appreciated!! If, for some reason, you get a bad install, you can install again. Read this comment for what you need to clean up either before or after running the installation a second time.