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You can just send an email to yourself while on the laptop and save the voice file as an ATTACHMENT to that email message.
Then just open the email and attachment when you get to the office computer and save the voice file somewhere on the office computer.
On GMail, the ATTACH FILE button is just under the SUBJECT line on the COMPOSE A NEW MESSAGE page.
When you click on that button, it will ask you to navigate to the location of the file on your computer. Do that, then just double click on it and the file will be loaded into the email message. When it is done loading, just send the email message. As long as the file is not huge, there should be no problem sending it.
If they are files that someone has emailed to you, they need to first be saved in your C drive somewhere and then you can import them to the DSS software to be able to play them. They cannot be imported directly as an email attachment.