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September 27, 2011


Christoph Adams

Sounds pretty easy, if you have the software, which is apparently open source. Unfortunately, I can't remember the last time anyone has left me a juicy voicemail. Most people text.

Mark Collier

Thanks for the post. I have had a few voice mails left on my phone. They are mostly very crude - don't wait until it is time to leave them - a function of a primitive dialer. I think it is a matter of time though. I am also getting my share of text spam.

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