Is there a way to have voicemail sent to my email?

by on June 17, 2009

Q: I am interested in finding a way to have voicemail sent to my email address so I can save them to my computer and then burn them to a disc. I know that there are a number of companies that will do this for a fee but I was told that there is a way to do it myself.


3 Responses to “Is there a way to have voicemail sent to my email?”
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    Please answer the following questions, so I can better assist you:

    * Is your voicemail part of a cellphone service, or is it part of a landline phone service?

    * Who is your voicemail/phone service provider (e.g. AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, etc)?

    * Who is your email service provider? That is, what comes after the @ in your email address?

    I look forward to helping you.

     
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      My voicemail is part of my cell phone service. My cell phone service is provided by Verizon Wireless. My email provider is AOL. Thank you for responding to my request.

       
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    You may be able to manually send Verizon Wireless voicemails to your AOL email account by following the instructions on the http://support.vzw.com/faqs/Features%20and%20Optional%20Services/visual_voice_mail.html webpage. Extra costs might apply.

    If you wish to ask Verizon Wireless about more options, you may contact them directly using the information listed on the http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/contact/index.jsp webpage.

    As you say, there are several fee-based voicemail to email services. There also appear to be some free ones, but I’m not sure how reputable they are, or if they are compatible with Verizon Wireless.

    Let me know if there is any other way in which I may be of further assistance.