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Can't forward voice messages via Desktop messaging

Can't forward voice messages via Desktop messaging

Can't forward voice messages via Desktop messaging

Have a Call Pilot 100 with Desktop Messaging. Am using Outlook in Internet Mail Client mode. I'm able to browse my IMAP folders and listen to voice messages using my computer's multimedia, and I'm able to properly address messages, using the Call Pilot address book.
   However, when I try to forward a voice message to another internal CP user (example: 304@, it goes thru and acts like it's sending. After a few seconds, I get a Notice of Non-Delivery that states:  "Media is not supported at the Destination".
   FYI -- same thing happens when using Outlook Express (with no other accounts configured).
   Anyone have any ideas?

RE: Can't forward voice messages via Desktop messaging

do you have 304 in your dns server?

john poole
bellsouth business

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