On nearly all of my Call Handler greetings, background static can be heard when listening to them over the phone (Cisco IP Phone internally or any phone externally from PSTN), but I can not hear the static when I listen to the greetings via PC speakers. Are there any settings that can be adjusted to try to remove this static?<br><br>
Turns out is was caused by recoding the wav files with a subpar microphone plugged into a PC. I recommend using the phone to record the Call Handler's, unless anybody has a better recomended method to get good quality recordings.
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