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    pctech333 is offline Junior Member
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    Angry Why do I have to save everthing?

    Hello I was wondering if you could open certain files without saving them. For example, I use Magic Jack and when someone leaves me a Voice Mail it goes to my email account in .wav format. When I click on the file it automatically ask me where to save the file instead of letting me "open" the file and listen to it without saving it like Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox does. This is so annoying because I have to save these messages which takes up space on my hard drive. I don't want to save the messages but just listen to it. IE would just temporarily download it to the Temp folder and automatically delete it when done listening to it.

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    jacks2028 is offline Junior Member
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    I don't think any kind of software like this is already in market but if you face problem like this you just use Internet explorer or mozilla instead of others. It provides that facility. You can use it without saving your voice-mail.

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