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Voice Mail for Blogs

The other day I discovered a voice mail plugin for blogs. It’s made by Evoca and you can get it once you’ve created an account with them. You will find it by clicking on the link “Evoca Browser Mic” in your account.

It’s a cool tool (see it in my sidebar) but there’s only one small problem. I can’t seem to get the dang thing to work. It worked the first time that I installed it and then it crapped out on me.

Can somebody else please give it a try and let me know if it works for you because otherwise I’m going to remove it. (When you send it please leave a comment or email me because otherwise if it doesn’t work how will I know. :-) Tanks.

Written March 1st, 2007 by | 4 Comments | Filed under: Blog Tips , ,

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  1. Nice little plugin, I prefer the Eyejot.com video/voice mail though - just seems a bit more “geeky” for me :-)

    Have it on my sidebar…

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  2. I’ll check it out Craig. Thanks.

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  3. It’s much, much more easier and handy to work with voicemail messages mp3s than with traditional voicemail. They can be delivered in email as an attachment or stored on third party hosts, i.e. easily accessible online. I keep all my countless important voicemails in one place that way plus can share/backup/forward them instantly not to mention saving on cell minutes. Heck, I even created some funny voicemail messages mixing in my favorite MP3 tracks as a background :-) So it’s neat stuff.

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  4. this is interesting. I’ve never heard of blog voicemail before

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