I had to laugh when one of my friends sent me a copy of a voicemail to email she received. She was on vacation but she knew that she received a voicemail because it’s showing up on her phone as an email.
In these days of Universal Communication, there are lots of ways for people to get in touch with you and for you to reply to them. There’s email, desk phone, soft phone, cell phone, voicemail, IM, text and more. But sometimes that technology doesn’t work as expected.
She said she “thinks” this is from a colleague who is going to check the air quality and/or for mold or other allergens in their current building. She had asked about it a week or so ago when several co-workers were having sneezing and coughing issues after moving into the new suite–and it had just been cleaned (supposedly pretty well). She said she’s not going to mess with it until she gets back from vacation on Monday, but it’s a good thing the recording is there, because the voicemail to email she received was nothing like the intended message.
Voicemail to Email Transcription
Hi June it’s Lori Archer calling just wanna let you know that we have set up an appointment for about 30 on Wednesday for a company button England buyer oh here it come in and do some a urine sample and go over in the AMC building my here are where you are at and also to sit down and take some time and talk to you and your colleagues about would you folks urge syringe thing over there another also going to do some other checks will be age faxes them in a few other things so I just wanted to let you know that you can expect.
Yeah expect those over there about 10:30 on Wednesday.
Thanks if you have any questions feel free to shoot me an email or give me a call thank you bye.
I am not including the voicemail recording here for privacy reasons, but be assured there is no mention of syringes or urine samples.
Have you had any technology misses? What types of technology make life easier for you?