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NCID-ALERT(1)			     NCID			 NCID-ALERT(1)

NAME
       ncid-alert - send NCID call or message desktop notifications

SYNOPSIS
       ncid --no-gui --module ncid-alert
       ncid --module ncid-alert

DESCRIPTION
       The  ncid-alert output module sends NCID	call and message desktop noti-
       fications to the	user via a notification	daemon from the	command	 line.
       It displays the Caller ID or message in the desktop notification.

       If you want ncid	in GUI mode along with ncid-alert:
	      ncid --module ncid-alert

CONFIGURATION
       The ncid-alert output module is configured in ncid-alert.conf.

       allowed_types
		 This  sets the	NCID call and/or message types ncid-alert will
		 send.	See ncid-alert.conf for	a complete list.

		 Default: allowed_types="ALLTYPES"

       alert_send
		 Alert uses the	notify-send program

		 Default: alert_send="/usr/bin/notify-send"

       alert_timeout
		 Notification appearance time in milliseconds.

		 Default: alert_timeout=10000

       alert_urgency=low
		 Urgency level:	low, normal, critical

		 Default: alert_urgency=low

       alert_icon
		 Application icon - name or path.

		 Default: alert_icon=call-start

       alert_call
		 Caller	ID data	shown in Alert message,	arranged in rows.

		 Default: name,	number,	time, date and line

       alert_message
		 Integral Message or Notice data shown in Alert	 message,  ar-
		 ranged	in rows.

		 Default: name,	message, time, date and	line

REQUIREMENTS
       libnotify
       /usr/bin/notify-send

FILES
       /usr/local/etc/ncid/conf.d/ncid-alert.conf
       /usr/local/share/ncid/modules/ncid-alert

SEE ALSO
       ncidd.8,	ncid_modules.7,	ncid.1,	ncid.conf.5

NCID				  2019-08-17			 NCID-ALERT(1)

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