Registration Date: 01.01.1970
Somehow this unsolicited message is STILL being sent to who knows how many of my contacts, even though I changed the chat setting as previously discussed. I know this because I keep getting this message, ever since I set up the GV trunk:
Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:
Technical details of permanent failure:
Google tried to deliver your message, but it was rejected by the recipient domain. We recommend contacting the other email provider for further information about the cause of this error. The error that the other server returned was: 550 550 5.1.1 <XXXX@aol.com>: Recipient address rejected: aol.com (state 14).
----- Original message -----
Received: by 10.231.35.204 with SMTP id q12mr9989171ibd.34.1290633152407; Wed,
24 Nov 2010 13:12:32 -0800 (PST)
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 13:12:32 -0800
Subject: XXXXXXXwants to chat
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
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XXXXXX wants to stay in better touch using some of Google's coolest new
If you already have Gmail or Google Talk, visit:
You'll need to click this link to be able to chat with XXXXX.
To get Gmail - a free email account from Google with over 2,800 megabytes of
storage - and chat with XXXXXXXX, visit:
- Instant messaging right inside Gmail
- Powerful spam protection
- Built-in search for finding your messages and a helpful way of organizing
emails into "conversations"
- No pop-up ads or untargeted banners - just text ads and related information
that are relevant to the content of your messages
All this, and its yours for free. But wait, there's more! By opening a Gmail
account, you also get access to Google Talk, Google's instant messaging
Google Talk offers:
- Web-based chat that you can use anywhere, without a download
- A contact list that's synchronized with your Gmail account
- Free, high quality PC-to-PC voice calls when you download the Google Talk
We're working hard to add new features and make improvements, so we might also
ask for your comments and suggestions periodically. We appreciate your help in
making our products even better!
The Google Team
To learn more about Gmail and Google Talk, visit:
(If clicking the URLs in this message does not work, copy and paste them into
the address bar of your browser).
It's disturbing. How does this happen, PBXEs????
This post has been edited 1 time(s), it was last edited by jam on 24.11.2010 at 22:38.
Registration Date: 01.01.1970
hey all, i'm new to pbxes.com and i just setup a paid account so i could
use the google voice bridging.
So i setup two GV trunks in my pbxes.com account. One GV account is
Google Apps based and the other is an @gmail.com account. I'm using
sipdroid on android as a SIP client, and with that I can successfully
initiate outbound call through either GV account. But i can't seem to
get any inbound routing to work. For inbound routing, i have one
general rule which contains an empty trunk name and cid that should
accept all calls and forward it to my one extension, 000, which is the
extension that sipdroid logs into. Whenever i call either of the GV
numbers from a random phone, the calls never go through to sipdroid,
instead i just get a busy signal or a horribly corrupted busy signal.
But I know that pbxes.com is seeing the calls since they show up in Call
Caller ID Number: <the number i called from>
I've tried deleting and recreating my trunks, outbound/inbound routes,
etc, tweaking assorted parameters, all to no avail. Any recommendations
on what i need to do to get these incoming calls routed to my sipdroid
ps - @distinct - given that the GV bridge uses xmpp/jabber, if you're
trying to use GV with an apps account, you should make sure that your
apps domain has the proper xmpp/jabber DNS SRV records setup. for more
pps - i'm NOT having any problems with chat/friend request spam.