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One of the many great things about Google Voice is that when a caller leaves you a message, not only does Google Voice email you the voice message as an audio file, but it’ll try it’s very best to transcribe the message for you and email it to you.

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Transcription isn’t always perfect. Sometimes Google Voice can’t understand what is being said on the voicemail message. If this is the case the words in the transcription are lighter than the others, indicating the system guess and a possible mistake.

There is a ‘Voice Player’ to Gmail users, this puts a player control right into the Gmail message, letting you play the message right from inside your email.

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More at the Google Voice Blog

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