TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Reliable, Easy, and Cost Effective Way to Record Calls?

Re: Reliable, Easy, and Cost Effective Way to Record Calls?

Phil Earnhardt (
11 Apr 2006 15:16:08 -0700

Back in December, I asked for a cost-effective means to digitally record
telephone conversations:

> I'm going to be doing interviews over the phone; I'd like to be able
> to easily and reliably record the calls.

I recently located a product to do this. OVO Lab makes a product
Phlink ( ) which is a USB device plus
software that bridges between a POTS line and a Mac running OS X 10.3
or higher. Phlink allows your PC to originate calls, answer calls, and
operate as an answering machine. Telephone calls can be recorded and
incoming answering machine messages can be stored and relayed as
e-mail attachments.

That device seems to be a good solution for a desktop computer. For
laptops, it would be superior to have a Phlink device that one could
access through the LAN rather than USB.


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