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Old 04-18-2009, 08:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I know I've seen a thread somewhere about this but I can't find it. Sorry but I'm in a rush. I'm having a lot of problems with the ex-wife and the kids. My 8 year old daughter is having a horrible time. She called at 230 in the morning waking me up and I missed the call. I need to keep her voicemail for the judge to hear. Is there any way other than a tape recorder to save them. Att only gives me 14 days. Help please.
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Old 04-18-2009, 08:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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there's a service called gotvoice, where you can save VMs as mp3's...or, have you tried the recorder that is on the phone? have it running while listening to VMs...worth a shot...
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when you make phone calls even to voicemail, the voice recorder won't activate. You might try to forward the message to another voicemail or the phone with answering machine that will let you keep messages for as long as you want. Otherwise just use a tape recorder or some other ways of recording (PC and microphone or mini-jack cable one connected to headset and one to line-in)
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