Default DID Routing in Voip.ms Hello again.
I was looking around in my account at Voip.ms and noticed something strange.
In "account settings" and under the "Default DID Routing" tab, and then in the "routing" block there is a radio button for SIP URI which is not selected but I have a question about this entry.
I noticed that under this entry there are three email addresses listed.
One for me, which I can't ever remember giving out, one for my wife, which I definitely would never have given out, and finally one for my daughter, and again, I would never have given this email address to anyone, so why do these email addresses show up under SIP URI?
Update: Under SIP URI, then manage SIP URI's, there are a total of six email addresses that I do not understand why they are there as I surely couldn't have supplied them.
I definitely gotta do more home work...........
It sounds like you found the place to manage SIP URIs. I just looked on my account and there are no email addresses; I just have several SIP URIs I used to use as experimental voice services. (For awhile I could dial extension numbers on my phones and get the top-of-the-hour news from CNN or FOX, weather reports by zip code, and various kinds of music. The server wasn't under my control, however, and went offline over a year ago. I never removed the SIP URIs.)
As for how your private email addresses got into those fields without your knowledge, I can only guess. Maybe you were asleep ... like sleep walking, sleep eating -- sleep computing? (shrug)
I now have a pretty good idea as to how the email addresses got into the SIP URI area of my account.
About a week or two ago, I had the Voip.ms support guys help me import my contacts from a Google Voice account into my "phonebook" at Voip.ms, and in order to do this I had to upload the CSV file from my GV account into my support ticket at Voip.ms, and from there they got me squared away.
I know the email addresses in question were in my contacts at the GV account that I uploaded to Voip.ms support, I just don't know how they ended up in the SIP URI area of my Voip.ms account.
Either that or I am sleep walking.....................
A "leaky" CSV import script sounds likely. Google Contacts can create an insanely complicated CSV because the contact manager has tons of options.
But you might still investigate the sleepwalking.