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How to get a voicemail off messagebank and into an MP3
Catmosphere 
26/8/08 6:55:02 PM
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I'm hoping there is a simple answer to my subject title.

I've never thought about it before and for the first time I actually need to do this. (Voicemail received 15 mins ago from a manager - needs to be captured and stored with an email).

Solutions oh-wonderful-ones who frequent these places?

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msolok 
26/8/08 9:22:29 PM
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Well, 3 store all voicemails in your email account. This allows you to access it anywhere, from any computer and also store it on your phone. I'm not sure if any other mobile carriers offer the same sort of thing though.

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Catmosphere 
26/8/08 10:53:23 PM
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I wish it was that easy. I didn't want to have to ask around at work - it's a bit political.

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Disco 
27/8/08 12:02:57 AM
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What kind of phone do you have again babe?

And from memory, you don't like putting non-standard software on it do you?

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Catmosphere 
27/8/08 1:22:37 AM
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Quote by Disco
What kind of phone do you have again babe?

And from memory, you don't like putting non-standard software on it do you?




LG550

Well it has tetris and gmail. It's more I am not allowed to take off the test software but it doesn't really matter what I put on it...

There's a point. Sil will probably know...

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The Tick 
27/8/08 9:01:09 AM
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Well the simple thing would be to retrieve your voicemail but play it back through the speakerphone option (if your handset has that) and record into a microphone on your computer/ notebook (if either has that).

Better still, if your phone supports standard headphones you could probably just use a cable to plug directly into your "line in" input on your PC/ notebook.


Edited by The Tick: 27/8/2008 9:02:02 AM

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Girvo 
27/8/08 5:05:32 PM
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Better idea: Most phones allow you to record phonecalls.


So, listen to it, record it, then connect to computer and download.

It'll likely be in a shitty format, so find a converter.

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Catmosphere 
28/8/08 7:45:39 AM
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Quote by Girvo
Better idea: Most phones allow you to record phonecalls.


So, listen to it, record it, then connect to computer and download.

It'll likely be in a shitty format, so find a converter.



I don't think mine does. But I can always forward it to someone else's phone that does.

I didn't know that but I had wondered if a particularly phone could.

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Girvo 
28/8/08 2:40:18 PM
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I know that a lot of phones, even dumbphones can. Play with some friends phones, see if they do :)

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