Monday, June 1, 2009

CallFire API developers get exclusive access to Voice XML with answering machine detection. This powerful new feature allows you to specify completely different execution paths for either when a live person answers or an answering machines picks up.

Sample Voice XML Code

As our API customers know, Voice XML is our way of giving you full control of the call. The moment the phone's picked up, your Voice XML script is executed. This new feature now allows you to specify two separate scripts. One to be executed in case of a live answer, and another in case of an answering machine. This ensures that applications like weather notifications, mass volunteer mobilizations can ensure full coverage regardless of a human or machine answer.

As always, if you have any questions do let our developers know at techsupport (at) It gets lonely at our Skunkworks lab, and they'd love to hear from you.