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Play .wav attachments in Windows Mobile 6?

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I just got a Windows Mobile 6 based phone. I have my email configured and everything works great. However, my voicemail system at work will forward me emails with my voicemails attached as .WAV files. The media player on my phone will not play the WAV files, and instead gives me an error that it is an unrecognizable format.  Is there any way to play WAV files on Windows Mobile 6?
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That won't work-- Pocket PC software and Smartphone aren't compatible.

I tried several free versions so far and nothing is working / compatible.  It seems strange that something as easy as playing a WAV file would be so hard.
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Hi:

I'm sorry to said this but as far as i know Windows Media Player for Windows Mobile can't do that (Just like Real Player won't open an mp4 video :( sadly as it sounds).

Johann
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