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Anyone know if you can set your iPhone to sync your voicemail to your computer so that you can save the audio files?
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i don't think its possible since the voice mail is not actually on the phone its on the server at at&t.. so unless at&t one day has a service where you can get your voice mail on your computer it will be impossible to keep the audio files.

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You could play them via speakerphone and record it using a microphone


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my understanding is that the voicemail is actuall yon the phone itself. Thats the reason they can do the visual voicemail...and let you choose which ones you want to listen to....because its all stored locally on the phone. Its also the reason why the response is so quick when you click on one of your voicemails.

Ive had instances where I have no service but I can still listen to the voicemails so its got to be on the phone itself, right?
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