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Exporting Personal Greeting to MP3/WAV AAM 6.2

Exporting Personal Greeting to MP3/WAV AAM 6.2

Is it possible to export a personal greeting to an MP3 or WAV file from Aura Messaging 6.2? I am looking in the guide as well, but am trying to answer it quickly for an executive.


RE: Exporting Personal Greeting to MP3/WAV AAM 6.2

Check the personal options in the mailbox, you might be able to play the greeting through your PC as an admin. Maybe some basic recording software on your PC to record what's coming out of your speakers. Quick'n'dirty if you're just looking for a one-off.

RE: Exporting Personal Greeting to MP3/WAV AAM 6.2

No you can't natively export a greeting as a wav file only messages

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RE: Exporting Personal Greeting to MP3/WAV AAM 6.2

I was unable to find anyway other than what Kyle555 mentioned. Using One-X to play the greeting and using a recording software. Too bad as the greeting is in there somewhere as an audio file. Thanks

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