Glenn Kelley on 17 Jan 2009 20:01:48 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Recording Phone/Cellular Conversations Linux

Not sure who else has chimed in here - but here is the easiest way I  
can think of.

Obtain a simple PBX application such as freepbx or trixbox

Set up DISA

dial in - and then have the unit dial you back with a dial tone - and  
then dial your call

have it record all your calls.

PS - in New Jersey from what I understand you do not need permission  
to record calls.
If you request permission and they deny permission - you have to  
terminate - however you do not (for personal) need permission.

Not an attorney - so take it as i think i am right advice...


On Jan 17, 2009, at 4:14 PM, Brian Vagnoni wrote:

> hat I actually do search before posting.
> There are 3rd party services that will do this from a cell phone e.g  
> Recordia via a phone company switch but they are expensive either  
> low monthly with per minute charges or high monthly charges.
> The low tech approach would be to place the phone in speaker mode  
> and use a external digital recorder.
> Or Radio Shack makes an inline recording device for corded cell  
> phone headphones.
> I could also purchase one of those cell phone bug programs and  
> essentially spy on myself.
> Thanks

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