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Connecting a Telephone

Hi,
Is there a way to connect my telephone to my Laptop and listen/talk/record voicemail etc. I am running Windows XP on a Dell Latitude on my docking station. Suggestions are appreciated.

Romans
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tebacherCommented:
Try these:

Active Call Center (formerly known as Personal Receptionist) by Sunny
Beach Technology.
"Active Call Center is a generic voice telephony tool that can be used
to create almost any kind of automated phone attendant"
http://www.sunny-beach.net/prapplications.htm

Another suitable product would be Dial Dictate by Business Audio
Software. While it is billed as a dictation product, it can be used as
specified in your question.
"DialDictate lets you dictate by telephone.
You, and other users, dial into a computer running DialDictate to
record dictation. Recording, replay, editing and file management are
controlled by pressing numbers on your telephone keypad. When you have
completed a recording, DialDictate can then immediately send the
dictation for transcription by email, the local computer network or
via the Internet."
http://www.nch.com.au/dialdictate/

Also, You might want to look at NCH Swift Sound and their “IVM Telephone
Voice Assistant”.  The “Small Business” version of the program has 9
mailboxes and 1 menu.  The “Professional” edition has an unlimited
amount of mailboxes and unlimited amount of menus that can be chained
together.  The “Professional” edition also allows for the use of up to
3 telephone lines.  All of these versions have the ability to save
voice messages to the hard drive and then send an email to a specified
address with the message attached.  There are many other features and
“plugins” for the software.  You can find more information about the
software at their website.
http://www.nch.com.au/in/ggivm.html 
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