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Hi all
I want to include voice mail functionality to my mail-client application (for NOKIA 3650) . How can I do this in J2ME?? Is it possible??
Please help me...
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Depends on what you meant by "Voice Mail". You cannot develop a Java app to utilize the network operator's voice mail system. However, you can use the MMAPI to record an audio clip from the phone user and send it as an MIME attachment in your email message.
 
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thanks.
Can I download voice mails from service provider's server??
U say its not possible??
 
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Originally posted by Robin Mathews:
Can I download voice mails from service provider's server?



No, you cannot. There are third party services that would digitize your voice mail and then email the audio file to you. But I have not used any.
 
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Actually, Robin's Nokia 3650 doesn't support audio capture in the MMAPI implementation, only video snapshot (i.e. still photo) capture. The more recent Nokia 6600 supports audio capture (but still not live video capture) in its MMAPI implementation.
Check out Forum Nokia's recent document Mobile Media API Implementation in Nokia Developer Platforms for details of this.
 
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