Adding a Unified Messaging System to Any Phone System Is Easy

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Adding Unified Messaging Voice Mail to any phone system is easy. When talking about a phone system and voice mail, we need to assume we are talking about a phone system that is able to integrate with voice mail and not some phone system that has been around for 20 years. DuVoice Voice Mail has a very nice and affordable unified messaging solution that allows you to add Voice Mail to Email capabilities. This system includes unified messaging as a standard feature. One of the things I love about this system is it requires no client software in order to get unified messaging working.

DuVoice Voice Mail uses simple SMTP to send copies of voice mail messages to any email address. Messages are sent in the form of a wave file and can be played back using any standard media player such as Quicken or Mediaplayer. Voice Mail messages can now be organized, archieved, forwarded, or deleted. and also adds a single port of fax for fasx to email capabilities. DuVoice Voice Mail utlizes Windows XP operating system making voice mail adminstration as simple as a right mouse click.

Voice Mail to Email message consists of a .wav file attachment to an email message created by a voice mail system. The voice mail system sends a .wav copy of some, or all, of the new messages in a voice mailbox to one or more email addresses listed in that mailbox. To hear the voicemail  message, the email recipient simply plays the .wav file using the multi media player of the PC.

PC based voice mail systems provide not only sophisticated messaging but also unified messaging features so voice mail and fax messages are sent to your email. Voice mail messages can be played back from your PC speakers as a .wav file and fax messages are viewed as a .tif file.

There are times when a written email does not convey the full meaning of a message as well as the spoken word. When this is the case, use Voice Mail to Email. You can send a message to a distribution list of mailboxes with email delivery, or to a special broadcast mailbox with several email addresses, and have your spoken message delivered to the email boxes of your audience.

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