1. jburke82's Avatar
    Does anyone know about email supporting wav files? Is there any way to play wav files that are in emails?
    12-05-2009 12:52 PM
  2. jburke82's Avatar
    Nothing, huh?
    12-05-2009 09:49 PM
  3. tealturboser's Avatar
    mine plays fine with my work exchange account
    12-05-2009 10:35 PM
  4. tealturboser's Avatar
    Also tested with a gmail account, both work fine
    12-05-2009 10:39 PM
  5. jburke82's Avatar
    Huh....maybe I'm doing something wrong then! Ill try it again...thanks
    12-06-2009 12:16 AM
  6. scrunchmaster's Avatar
    I am having the same issue. When I click on the wav file, it opens the default player and than tells me the file format is not supported. I have tried a couple other players off the market and get the same result (or an app crash). I would really like to make playing wav files from e-mail seamless as this is how I get office voice mail when away. Thanks in advance.
    12-06-2009 09:15 PM
  7. larrykelli's Avatar
    My office had the same issue when we all had HTCs & we winded up having to go back to Blackberrys. According to Sprint, it seems that Blackberry devices are the only ones that are MADE or equipt to handle WAV files. Our office is set up the same way, we receive our voicemails as WAV file attachments in our Outlook inboxes. This way, we can get them while away without having to phone into your voicemail box.

    Sprint suggested that I come here, to these Forums, to see if anyone out there knows a way to get them to work. I really want the EVO but when I did a test in the Sprint store by sending a voicemail via email, it wouldn't read the format. I, too, would like to find a seamless way to get it to work!
    11-01-2010 11:56 AM