So I really don't mean to sound stupid but what could this app do that voice
mail cant? What settings are hard to set that would make someone want to use
this app over voicemail on a smart phone? Just curious
From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Dane
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 1:11 PM
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Subject: Sony Xperia X-Performance, answering Machine
The Sony Xperia phone is the first I've used that has an independent answering
machine App, by independent I mean independent of a Voicemail service.
The App seems quite accessible and easy enough to set up, just record your
greeting, set the time for the answering machine to activate on an imcoming
call and that's it.
There are several ways to play back messages left on the answering machine, the
easiest way is to go into the Call Log and double-tap the answering machine
message iCon next to the entry.
The other method involves going into the Answering Machine App found under
settings/Calls/Xperia Answering Machine., play the message you wish to hear by
double-tapping on it, audio can be heard either through the earpiece - default
- or through the stereo speakers, - headphones will also work when connected -.
To delete a message double-tap and hold that message to select it, the phone
then goes into "Select Mode", a checkbox is displayed next to each message
which can be toggled for selection.
Double-Tap the "Delete" iCon near the top right of the screen and you're done.
I sincerely hope Sony conteinues to develop the Answering Machine App as it has
a lot of potential, as is the Answering Machine presents a convenient and
accessible alternative to traditional Voicemail services which can be a little
tricky sometimes to set up.
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