Can I listen to voice messages directly on my PC or within KOODO website?

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Getting harassment calls and although number is blocked I still permit the call to go directly to voice messaging for evidence purposes.  It would be very good if KOODO could implement a system whereby any & all calls could be 'viewed & listened to' on a PC. (i.e. such as SHAW sending notification by email with embedded audible voice message.)  I could then easily store the message on my PC or save to external storage. I hope KOODO will review this and offer a solution as I believe it is an excellent idea and much needed these days.   
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Posted 5 months ago

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Allan, Mobile Master

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You can plug your phone into your computer or an audio recording device with an aux cord and easily record your voicemail messages that way if you're simply just looking for a way to record them.
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Or use a PC phone program like Skype to access your voicemail and record the process with a utility on the PC.
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I think visual voicemail could help you. It does have that feature. 

https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT205012
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OP has indicated that they have an android phone unfortunately
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Yeah, I thought Android has, in some instance a native version of that. Although i'm not 100% sure of the specific functionality. 

https://www.theverge.com/2015/7/15/8974555/android-visual-voicemail-native-m-preview
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@Bernard,
   Both Apple and Android versions of VVM need to be supported by the carrier at the back end. So far few options have been offered for Android VVM by Canadian carriers.
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In that case Allan's recco still stands as best. :-) 
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Thank you everyone.  I've enough insight now on what to do, so I'll get going on it; going to start with SKYPE suggestion first and if that fails then I'm off to buy an aux cord ...  Thanks again and have a great day.  :)