Item #: NTAB3118

BCM Unified Messaging 1-Seat Software Authorization Code.

Manufacturer: Nortel


The Nortel BCM Unified Messaging 1-Seat Software Authorization Code enables 1 user to access unified messaging features on the Business Communication Manager. What is Unified Messaging? Unified Messaging is the latest in messaging features from Nortel and expands on traditional voicemail by converging all voice, text, and email messages onto one platform. With BCM Unified Messaging, Nortel delivers a solid program that will provide improvements in user productivity and allow your business to operate more efficiently. What will Unified Messaging do for me? Great for busy professionals who need to keep track of large numbers of messages, Nortel`s Unified Messaging converts voice and text messages into a format that is accessible through your PC`s email program. You can also access your email, voice, and text messages from any touch-tone phone using Email-by-phone and Speech Activated Messaging. This not only saves you time by allowing you to quickly peruse all messages, it also allows you to save and keep track of important messages more effectively than through multiple platforms. Plus, all of these features are accessable wirelessly via PDA and handheld devices, meaning users can be more mobile than ever.

System Features:

Compatibility/Features/Details: Compatible with all Nortel Business Communication Manager (BCM) platforms Enables 1 - seat of unified messaging on the BCM Provides access to voicemail, e-mail and faxes from any touchtone phone or desktop PC Improves user productivity and organization through a single messaging access point Enables the mobile worker to remain engaged with E-mail-by-Phone, Speech Activated Messaging (SAM) and access to voice and fax messages from mobile e-mail enabled devices such as PDAs Reduces or eliminates training by providing a simple, streamlined user interface Does not impact e-mail servers or generate high volumes of LAN or WAN traffic Can be used with a variety of client environments, including Microsoft Outlook, Lotus Notes, Novell GroupWise, Macintosh, Linux and Citrix