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Understanding Unified Messaging

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1 Author(s)
Clinton M. Banner ; Alcatel-Lucent

The proliferation of messaging systems presents users with a challenging task: how to effectively use and manage many separate messaging systems. Unified messaging provides simplified management of different messaging systems through a single, unified interface. With unified messaging, you need only remember who you wish to communicate with; unified messaging will help you choose the appropriate messaging system. The unified messaging interface provide with the set of valid communications options based on the current service capabilities of a selected contact.

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IT Professional  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )