My customer wanted to be able to get his voicemail attachemnts on his Treo as well. His network admin configured his Exchange for that (I don't know what was done there, I have not been able to reach the guy), and ever since then the cusotmer has been getting "can't create file voicemessage.wav" message when he tries to listen to his voicemail from Outlook. It tells him to check folder permissions. He can open any other wav attachment sent to him.
Is he using VMO from outlook? So presumably the .WAV attachment is there, right? If he copies it to another location (i.e. his desktop) and plays it, it works, correct? Also, I assume he's able to listen to messages over the phone OK.
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