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Topic # 97606 17-Feb-2012 17:29 Send private message

Does anyone know a easy way of transfering a voicemail from a Telecom mobile to a computer?

The phone in question is a telecom R54, although the voice mail actually exists at the telecom end not the phone end.


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  Reply # 582925 17-Feb-2012 17:37 Send private message

I know for a fee they can pull it off the VM system and send it to you, but the fee was higher than I was willing to pay when I wanted it done.

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  Reply # 582938 17-Feb-2012 18:32 Send private message

Yep, IIRC it cost about $20 (might be +GST).

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  Reply # 582940 17-Feb-2012 18:40 Send private message

for that price, i'll just hold the phone up to the microphone on the computer and record it

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  Reply # 582960 17-Feb-2012 20:00 Send private message

It might be possible to send unanswered calls to a free 2talk number, which can automatically send a recording of the message to you via e-mail.

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  Reply # 582982 17-Feb-2012 21:16 Send private message

DrCheese: It might be possible to send unanswered calls to a free 2talk number, which can automatically send a recording of the message to you via e-mail.

David.

Thats how I would do it too.



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  Reply # 582985 17-Feb-2012 21:25 Send private message

Telecom only allow the voicemail to be forwared to another telecom mobile number

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  Reply # 583083 18-Feb-2012 08:58 Send private message

gregmcc: Telecom only allow the voicemail to be forwared to another telecom mobile number

You dont divert the voicemail. .. you divert the call (when unanswered)and then when the call gets to 2talk it takes the message. use Nate's setup for voicemail to email



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  Reply # 583086 18-Feb-2012 09:11 Send private message

Good idea, now just to go back in time, set this up and wait for the call.

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  Reply # 583111 18-Feb-2012 10:20 Send private message

nzbnw: Yep, IIRC it cost about $20 (might be +GST).

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They wanted $50 from me about 18 months ago when I wanted to get a message recorded off. I would have got it done for only $20. $50 was far too steep!

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  Reply # 583190 18-Feb-2012 14:18 Send private message

Sign up to 2talk.
Enable call recording of calls
Call your Telecom mobile mailbox
You now have a recording
Run through some sound software to cut out the recorded stuff that is not part of the message




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