Here is something else I noticed about this issue: It doesn't happen when you are currently viewing the call handler that your are copying from, but when you select another call handler as the source.
In other words, if you are viewing call handler A and are creating a new handler based on call handler B, the problem occurs. But if you are viewing call handler A and are creating a new call handler based on call handler A, then the recorded voice remains intact.
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Please find the attached HTML document, download and open it on your PC.
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