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JasonBa 09-09-2008 06:04 PM

Call recording?
 
Hi,

I would like to record calls on my blackberry for business purposes.
Does anyone know if there is any way that I can record phone calls or prehaps purchase a device that fits to my phone to record phone calls.

Thanks in advance,

Jason

djm2 09-09-2008 06:45 PM

I don't think so.

Ricky-Ray 09-09-2008 06:51 PM

I don't know of any software for the blackberry that will do that.

On a sidenote I hope you know that if you record calls you have to let the other party know that. If you don't then it will not be allowed in court.

ezrunner 09-09-2008 06:52 PM

Wirelessly posted (off to see the wizard)

Yes there are devices available. Google " record phone call from cell" should yield results

More importantly check into the legality of it in your state as it varies by state

coldconfession13 09-09-2008 07:34 PM

in texas as long as one person agrees to record its legal. Caller or the person being called.

JasonBa 09-11-2008 08:32 AM

Thanks for your responses guys!
I am in London, England, and I am aware that both parties need to know that the call is being recorded, as that is the law here.
I will look on google as recommended,
Cheers,
Jason

Lord Palmerston 09-11-2008 08:50 AM

Conference calling application/service Ring2 allows for call recording.

Audio Conferencing | Conference Calling | Teleconferencing | Ring2.com Conference Provider

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ricky-Ray (Post 1094053)
On a sidenote I hope you know that if you record calls you have to let the other party know that. If you don't then it will not be allowed in court.

I'm fairly certain that in most states, only one party need be informed. Meaning if you yourself are one of the parties on the call, it's admissible evidence. This will provide a good reference:

"Can We Tape?"

eurobred 09-11-2008 02:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lord Palmerston (Post 1096176)
Conference calling application/service Ring2 allows for call recording.

Audio Conferencing | Conference Calling | Teleconferencing | Ring2.com Conference Provider



I'm fairly certain that in most states, only one party need be informed. Meaning if you yourself are one of the parties on the call, it's admissible evidence. This will provide a good reference:

"Can We Tape?"

i dont think that would fly in california


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