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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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When introducing a voice mail system, you may encounter technophobics--both among staff and among members--who refuse to use voice mail fully.
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Mobilkom Austria, the cellular subsidiary of Telekom Austria, has opted for a voice mail upgrade from value-added service systems developer Tecnomen to expand its voice mail system.
In addition to long-distance savings, the new system would allow Bayley Construction to keep a centralized voice mail system in Seattle and a single attendant for both offices.
Telekom Cellular is expanding its system and Tecnomen is to supply equipment to increase the capacity of the voice mail system.
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The product includes six applications, a voice mail system with up to 1,000 mailboxes, a call centre system, a fax option that enables users to retrieve all their fax messages with a single call, a desktop messaging system, a digital networking system which allows users to send voice messages digitally via a private network or the Internet and Audio Messaging Interchange Specifications, a protocol that enables users to delay messages until lines are less busy or call rates are cheaper.
"We need to be able to analyze data like that to determine when to expand our voice mail system," Wagner continues.