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Ipaq voice file help

I have a compaq ipaq 3850. I can record voice notes and move them to my desktop via activesync into outlook. When I email them as attachment however, the receiving party can not open and listen to the file. Is there some way I can permit the email receiver to be able to open the voice file or a way I can convert the ipaq note voice file to a more accessible format such as .wav?

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I use MP3 Voice Recorder v1.21 on my ipaq WinMobile2003. Very configurable, creates high or low quality mp3s which may be attached, moved, burned on CDs or sent on floppies even. And, it's free.

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You can wirelessly connect to your personal computer using an infrared connection.
You can physically connect your iPAQ Pocket PC to your personal computer using Microsoft ActiveSync and a USB cable.
You must have Microsoft Outlook to operate your iPAQ Pocket PC using Microsoft ActiveSync on your computer. If you do not have Outlook, install the Microsoft Outlook software from the HP iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD.

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