I use a VoIP service from AT&T called CallVantage for my home phone. One of the services features is that it sends voicemail as a .wav attachment to my email address. Unfortunately, my iPhone could never play the type of .wav the service creates, meaning I could see that I had a voice message, but I couldn’t listen to it. (Yes, I could dial in to my voicemail, but I can never remember how.)

Last night, I discovered that the iPhone 2.0 update fixed the issue and the files play perfectly. My short list of missing iPhone features is getting shorter and shorter (and yes — cut-and-paste is still number one.)