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Answer

A formal rebuttal that the defendant in a lawsuit makes against the claims of the plaintiff. The answer asserts that the plaintiff's allegations are false, or, if they are true, that the defendant is not liable for them.
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Its easy-to-use system can be set up in 20 minutes and eliminates many of the support "pains" involved in answering and tracking customer questions and problem tickets.
Many customers choose to use a peripheral answering machine when they are unable to answer the phone or for after-hours message taking.
The Integrated Answering Machine provides many distinct features, such as easily selectable company greetings, automatic fax detection and routing, off-premises "reach me," simultaneous recording of two messages on any CO line, message notification on one or more designated Feature Phones, and easy message retrieval.
Alliance Joins Leading Question Answering Services Company
Nasdaq:ASKJ), a leading provider of question answering technologies and services, today announced a strategic partnership.
Additionally, CNET users that provide information in CNET's user forums can sign up to be KeenSpeakers and earn a per-minute fee for answering questions about things they already know.
Saddletree Research Claims Internet Call Answering Will Reach Nine
In a recently released report by Saddletree Research, CallWave's Internet Answering Machine was named the leader among all Internet Call Answering services, which provide low cost or free alternatives to second phone lines.
eVoice home voicemail also includes new features, not provided by the local phone company or an answering machine, that simplify and enhance consumers' daily communications.
We are offering consumers a feature-rich alternative to answering machines and phone company voicemail, which charge consumers for a service that eVoice does better for free," says Bruce Crair, president and COO of eVoice.