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I can decode and convert .vmf files from FaxWorks Voice
I used to own an IBM ThinkPad 701c, which also came with FaxWorks Voice. I don't have the machine anymore, but I have, as you do, a bunch of old recorded .vmf files which I wanted to be able to play. After much research and experimentation, I have found a solution. It might not be optimal, that is, I might not be using the exact same codec/algorithm which was used in FaxWorks, but the result is an intelligible (if somewhat noisy) recording which allows you to understand everything the person is saying and also recognize his or her voice. If you are interested and see this reply, send me an e-mail with a .vmf file or two and I will return them to you converted, then if you like the results, I'll do them all for you. I'd be happy if my efforts could also help someone else out who until now didn't know what to do with these old files! Either reply to this forum or directly to me at nedbarth(at)aol(dot)com.
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