Previous versions before V38 store configuration data in 'config' subdirectory where miniSIPServer is installed.
V38 and abover versions are changed to store configuration data in 'config' subdirectory which can be found in AppData directory.
If miniSIPServer is working on Windows system, each user has his/her own independent directory which is defined by Windows system. In this directory, miniSIPServer will create a "minisipserver" subdirectory to be its AppData directory. For example, current user is 'Gilson', and the miniSIPServer AppData directory is "C:\Users\Gilson\AppData\Roaming\minisipserver". Please refer to below figure.
If miniSIPServer is working on Linux system, miniSIPServer will create a ".minisipserver" subdirectory in the user's HOME directory to be its AppData directory. For example, current user is 'yxh' and its home directory is '/home/yxh', so the AppData directory is '/home/yxh/.minisipserver'. Please refer to below figure.
Please pay attention that if miniSIPServer is upgraded from old versions to V38 or abover versions, miniSIPServer will keep previous data directory.
In the AppData directory, miniSIPServer will create several subdirectories automatically. Please refer to below table for more details.
|cdr||All CDR (call detail records) files are stored in this directory.|
|config||Configuration files are stored here. This could be the most important directory. If you want to upgrade miniSIPServer, please backup this directory firstly.|
|custAnn||Customized audio files should be stored in this directory.|
|httpdCert||If you want to start web management based on HTTPs, you need to create certificate files and store them in this directory.|
|ivrXML||Customized IVR-XML files are stored in this directory.|
|log||When using miniSIPServer tracing tools, its results will be stored in this directory.|
|recordCalls||If a call is recorded, its result will be stored in this directory.|
|siptlsCert||If you want to enable SIP over TLS, you need to create certificate files and store them in this directory.|
|vms||This directory is used to store temporarily voice-mail files. Once these files are sent through eMail, they will be deleted automatically.|