Posts Tagged 'unified messaging'

Taking ESI Mobile Messaging for a test drive

We got a chance recently to take ESI Mobile Messaging for a spin.  This is ESI’s new voicemail-to-email solution, available on all ESI Communication Server phone systems (the ESI-50L model must be upgraded to an ESI-50 to take advantage, which we are told is a painless process that does NOT require reprogramming the phone system; existing ESI-50, ESI-100, ESI-200, ESI-600 and ESI-1000 phone system owners can participate without a model upgrade).

ESI Mobile Messaging requires the addition of ...

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ESI Mobile Messaging: Voicemail On the Go

ESI recently announced another great application available to users of Communications Server phone systems: ESI Mobile Messaging, a voicemail-to-email solution.

ESI Mobile Messaging combines the advanced capabilities of an ESI Communications Server phone system with the convenience of users’ existing e-mail accounts. When one receives a voice mail message at an extension or guest mailbox, the person also receives an e-mailed notification to which a .WAV (standard computer audio file) of the voice mail message is attached. The email’s subject line ...

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VIP tutorial available online

VIP (or Visually Integrated Phone) software is something ESI (our phone manufacturer of choice) has been offering on its phone systems for awhile.  It’s essentially Unified Messaging on steroids: in addition to being able to play voicemail messages via your Outlook Inbox, it allows for other neat things, such as controlling your phone from your computer, and programming your own phone.  You can go here to read more about VIP.  You can see an introductory video Continue Reading →