If your company uses an ISDN network, it may be a good idea to complement it with such convenient and universally used features as a voice mailbox and an answering machine. Although the idea may initially appear to be difficult to implement, especially in the context of a large or very large network, the reality is that this can be done quite easily. Given that you already have the necessary hardware, CapiCall will provide everything else for your network functionality upgrade!
CapiCall is a powerful and easy-to-deploy ISND voice mailbox and answering machine applications. It requires a computer running on Windows and an ISDN adapter on an ISDN PBX or public switch. The product lets you set up voicemail inboxes for up to 40,000 users in your network, supports SMS, voice and email notifications, including user-defined notifications (used by hotels, for example), call transfer, voice to mail and fax callback functions. Calls can be transferred to local and external numbers and this forwarding can be based on a custom schedule (weekday or weekend, time of the day). If the number the call is forwarded to is unavailable, the program can use a list of numbers and dial them in turn to complete the task. CapiCall also enables you to create voice information menus your clients can browse using DTMF/touch-tone keys.
CapiCall is a great solution for quick and hassle-free deployment of voice mailboxes and answering machines across ISDN networks of any size.
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