Active Voice Corporation, a global leader of unified messaging and computer
telephony software solutions, announced that Unity Enterprise 2.4, the
latest version of its award-winning true unified messaging solution for
enterprise-level organizations, has been released to general availability
for all customers.
Release 2.4 of Active Voice's Unity Unified Messaging solution has hit
the streets touting software - only support for Cisco's Call Manager 3.01,
unlimited usage of ViewMail for Microsoft Outlook and a special agreement
with Microsoft to allow telephone only users access to his/her inbox,
without the need to purchase a Client Access License (CAL).
2.4 also allows a user to redirect e-mails and their associated attachments
with a common touch-tone telephone due to an enhanced fax module, which
offers up to 24 ports of fax capacity. Unity Enterprise is recognized
as one of the three leaders in the Unified Messaging field. They compete
directly with AVT Corporation, Voixx, and Lucent's Octel Messenger. Active
Voice is focused on an IP based solution, which is the future direction
of Voice and facsimile solutions.
Users have a lot of choices when it comes to Unified Messaging. The largest
three players are Lucent Technologies, Active Voice, AVT Corporation and
peripherally, Key Voice. All products have their pros and cons, but Active
Voice's commitment to industry standards coupled with strong functionality
and ease of use makes us put it on our short list of Unified Messaging
Vendors. Make certain to include Active Voice in your tests prior to implementing
any Unified Messaging product.
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