Exchange Unified Messaging
Voice Mail • Email • Calendar
Exchange Server 2010 seamlessly delivers e-mail, voice mail, and calendar data into users' inboxes. Users can sort, manage, and act on multiple message types without having to switch between applications or systems. Messages arrive like a voice mail message and illuminate the message waiting indicator (MWI) on your telephone set, but it also delivers the message as an e-mail to your e-mail box with the actual voice mail attached as a ‘.wav’ (waveform audio) file that can be clicked on and played through your computer’s sound system! Additionally, there are other benefits of ‘transforming’ your voice mail to Exchange Unified Messaging:
Less wasted time – provides the ability to quickly send, receive, and find the exact information you need, no matter what form it was delivered in and no matter where you are.
One inbox – Exchange Server 2010 seamlessly delivers e-mail, voice mail, and calendar data into users' inboxes. Users can sort, manage, and act on multiple message types without having to switch between applications or systems.
Anywhere access – Exchange Unified Messaging delivers access from familiar clients like Microsoft Office OutlookŪ, Outlook Web Access, a variety of mobile devices, and ordinary telephones. Additionally, you can listen to your calendar and contact information, as well as e-mail messages from your telephone.
For more information on the benefits of Exchange Unified Messaging, please visit the MS Exchange website (http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/evaluation/unifiedmessaging/default.mspx). Note: Exchange fax features mentioned on this page are not implemented by UW.
Enjoy all of the benefits of Unified Messaging for a $5.00 installation fee and a $6.00 monthly charge.
for any of our Voice Mail services at the IT Telecom Help Desk in the ITC, room 326, or contact the Telecom Help Desk at 6-4357, option 2.
Unified Messaging Quick Start Instructions (PDF format)