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Old January 20th, 2011, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone recommend a Missed Call/Voice mail app that will send an email to my gmail account?

We aren't allowed to use cell phones at work, so if I get a call or message I have no idea (since it's on Silent). I'd like to have my Eris send an email, like the Shore Tel Call Manager at work sends emails to Outlook.

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Can anyone recommend a Missed Call/Voice mail app that will send an email to my gmail account?

We aren't allowed to use cell phones at work, so if I get a call or message I have no idea (since it's on Silent). I'd like to have my Eris send an email, like the Shore Tel Call Manager at work sends emails to Outlook.
Google Voice will send you an email for every voice mail you get. You an even listlen to it over your computer.

Not sure about getting emails for missed calls.
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Google Voice will send you an email for every voice mail you get. You an even listlen to it over your computer.

Not sure about getting emails for missed calls.
GV is an app and when you have a missed call that goes to VM it shows a notification, if you set it up that way.
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Old January 24th, 2011, 10:09 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Missed Reminder works pretty well. Bear in mind that any of these types of apps will always be running, thereby using the battery.
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I know this is an old thread but I'd like to inform you about my new app eMailMissedCalls which does exactly what you want (and even more)!

https://market.android.com/details?id=gr.qpc.android.emailmissedcalls

and the most important is that I have used the android AlarmManager (instead of an always running service) so it doesn't drain your battery!
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I just uploaded PhoneLeash to the Android Market, and am eagerly awaiting feedback (so get on it guys ).

PhoneLeash is an app for the "misplaced phone". It will email missed call notifications, SMS messages, and more is in the pipeline. A feature I like (even though I say so myself!) is that you can reply to SMS (from your email account), and the other side will see it just as if it can from your phone.

You can also locate you phone, make it ring etc.

I've tried to keep it light on battery, so it lies quietly until something happens (incoming call, SMS etc.) Y'all have to tell me if its any good though!

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Old January 23rd, 2012, 12:28 PM   #7 (permalink)
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A new version of PhoneLeash is on the Market (here). PhoneLeash does missed call forwarding and much, much, much more. See here.

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