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Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

(OP)
Is there a way in Voicemail Pro or IP Office 403 to extend or adjust the conversation record time.


Thanks!

RE: Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

If by this you mean the time limit on how long a user can leave a message for then yes this is done in the voicemail pro manager I think its under the Administration

RE: Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

(OP)
Actually, I mean when your on a call with someone and you want to record the conversation.
How long can it be recorded?

thanks

RE: Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

I do not think ther is a limit in V2.1

V3.0 will add a limit for recordings that can be changed.
(default 3000 seconds)

RE: Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

(OP)
Is this done in VM Pro or IP Office?

thanks

RE: Voicemail Pro 2.1 record time

There is no limit or do you mean you want to set a limit

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