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    Moving Voicemail from iPhone3 to PC

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    Moving Voicemail from iPhone3 to PC
    I am helping a friend move her voice mail messages from an iPhone3 to a Windows PC. She had connected her phone to her PC and moved 700 photographs from the phone to her PC but she could not find the location of the audio voice mails.

    Can someone please help us? Thanks, Bill

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    Moving Voicemail from iPhone3 to PC
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    For all 'off-spec' tasks like this I'd use iExplorer. It can access much of the iPhone file system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrplow View Post
    For all 'off-spec' tasks like this I'd use iExplorer. It can access much of the iPhone file system.

    How to save & export Voicemail from an iPhone to your Mac or PC
    Thanks for your quick reply. I looked at the iExplorer web page. Do you know if any way to move the voice mails without having to pay $40 for the iExplorer software?

    Thanks, Bill

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    I don't know of any free software to do it. Others might.

    that said..... found this after a quick Google. It appears to do similar to iExplorer but not sure it can access voicemail files. Worth a look
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrplow View Post
    I don't know of any free software to do it. Others might.

    that said..... found this after a quick Google. It appears to do similar to iExplorer but not sure it can access voicemail files. Worth a look
    Thank you! I can't find the link in your post for your quick Google

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    a reasonable point, well made..... doh!

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    Thanks I will take a look. Although iExplorer is $34 it looks very good. Have a happy day. Bill

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