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Using the record button

My boss told me i could record conversations on my phone. while on the line, i pressed the record button, and at the end of the conversation, i hung up the phone. now i dont know how to listen to the conversation i think i recorded. please help

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Re: using the record button

This is a phone system phone. If you can record conversations it would be a feature of your voice mail on the system (the phone itself cannot do this). If it all worked, you should have the recording in your voice mail box. It may be in with recorded messages or there could be a separate location. Example: Press 1 to hear your messages, press 2 to hear your recordings, press 3 to change your password, etc...

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