Voicemail

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Voicemail

A program that stores messages for missed telephone calls. Voicemail differs from earlier answering machines in that voicemail messages are stored on a computer network, while answering machine messages were recorded on an audio tape. Voicemail messages can thus be retrieved from anywhere.
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In Spiegel and Tavor's model, only one of the two parties has voice mail services available.
The purpose of this Comment is to develop a preliminary model exploring this multiplier effect alluded to by Speigel and Tavor under the more realistic scenario where voice mail services are available to both parties.
According to George Kalman, Banyan Productions' Director of Information Technologies, "CallXpress is ideal for our production staff - the nature of our business requires frequent travel and access to voice mail and e-mail remotely.
AVST's solutions enable direct access to an enterprise's communications infrastructure including voice mail, e-mail and fax messaging from any voice or data device via a touch-tone, GUI or speech interface.
Retrieve voice mail messages directly from the PDA, laptop or PC
A leader in the voice processing industry, Key Voice Technologies develops and manufacturers a complete line of voice mail, automated attendant, fax processing, and unified messaging products.
The SANDi family of products includes advanced call processing solutions to speech-enable common office technology such as CRM, e-mail, fax, PBX and voice mail, and with solutions available for small, mid-size and large businesses.
COM's services enable the user's e-mail box to function as a single repository for all e-mail, fax and voice mail, and permit convenient e-mail and voice mail retrieval through e-mail or by phone.
MessageClick is a free Web service that offers each subscriber a voice mail/fax phone number enabling them to receive private voice mail and faxes in their own E-mail account.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 22, 1995--Today you have e-mail and voice mail and a fax machine -- all just waiting to make your life easier.