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The PKCS7 envelope is basically just the encoding in which the .bin file is encoded.
If you have access to the original .pem file which was used to encrypt the call you can use openssl to decrypt and play the audio.
The biggest challenge is usually finding the call you wish to play. Particularly when speechminer is not accessable, such as when a customer moves from Premise to Cloud. They can end up with litterally millions of encrypted or unencrypted calls that then becomes difficlt to locate any particular call.Have a look into AppFoundry. You will find an answer to your question.regardsJamesInteraction Solutions
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