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I'm looking for some software which will record all calls made or received on my landline telephone. Any suggestions? I want to keep a record of all calls saved on my computer as MP3 or some other kind of compressed audio file. (Note: It's perfectly legal in my country to do this. I checked with my lawyer.) Thanks!

Also: This question is NOT a duplicate. Please don't close it. All of the other threads on this subject deal with Skype or cell phones, whereas I'm looking to record my LANDLINE!

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How do you want to connect the audio to the PC? – Moab Jul 30 '10 at 19:12
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Maybe this, not free

http://www.sound-snooper.com/en/features.php

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Audacity says it does sound activated recording, its free

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

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+1 for audacity. – gbroiles Jul 31 '10 at 6:42

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