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Our Nortel office phone system sends me an e-mail whenever someone leaves me a voice mail message at my office. Attached to that e-mail is a .wav file of the voice mail message. I could play back that message on my Blackberry without any problem. I just switched to the RAZR M so my office e-mails are now coming to me through a corporate e-mail account. Now whenever I try to listen to the .wav attachment for one of those e-mails nothing happens. When I download the attachment and access it from memory I get a playback error message, and the length of the file is listed as 0 seconds. I went to the Play store and got WinAmp and a few other wav players, but nothing works. Any thoughts?