Question about AT&T 1717 Digital Answering Machine
The only way I can see doing this is to use a recording program on your computer. Plug in a microphone to your audio input and make that the active audio input. For Windows 7, click Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound. Then select Manage Audio Devices. Set your microphone up near the speaker of the answering machine.
Launch the recording software and start a recording session (set the sampling rate), then press Play on the answering machine. Record all the messages until past the one you want to keep. Then use the editing features in the software to delete the early segments.
Audacity is one of the recording software programs that I use but most of my recording is from a cassette tape. I'm using line in and not the microphone.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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