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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging kit

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 27-Sep-2006 09:39

Some of you know my background in telephony applications. For the last 10 years before moving full time to Geekzone, I worked  as an Integration Architect and Developer at Unisys, on the Communications practice.

The duties obviously included all sorts of work in the telco area, including design and development of voice-based systems (think voice mail, unified messaging, etc).

So, when I heard of new Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging applictions, including voice access to Outlook and more, I got all excited.

... server-based tools that integrate with desktop and mobile clients to give information workers access to voice, fax, and e-mail data from wherever they are and allows users to use the telephone to manage their email, calendar, and personal contacts.


I love the idea of mobile clients, and I wonder how well this integrates with Communicator.

There are now some evaluation kits available to test this functionality. The kit includes an AudioCodes MediaPack 114 FXO VoIP gateway, so you can plug the server to the telephony system - your PBX or other line.



I'd love to try these here, but they are not listing any APAC distributor and this thing costs US$1000... Microsoft NZ?






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