|About the Book|
In the past five years, an entire industry has emerged without the notice ofmost of mainstream America, called the Unified Messaging world. In one fellswoop, this industry combined the rudimentary infrastructures of the four generalelectronicMoreIn the past five years, an entire industry has emerged without the notice ofmost of mainstream America, called the Unified Messaging world. In one fellswoop, this industry combined the rudimentary infrastructures of the four generalelectronic messaging worlds to create a system in which they can all be used to offer the greatest range of messaging services possible. Phone, email, fax, and pager mail are now all accessible from one place, stored and served up through your choice of interface (phone, computer, fax, or pager). A wide range of services can be offered such as automatic voice recognition (AVR), the ever-popular fax on demand and fax back services, and other less well known services such as call control services and find me (hunt sequence) services thatcould never be done by existing standalone messaging services. In this groundbreaking text, you will learn about the world and services of unified messaging in detail and then how to set up a unified messaging system for yourself with the worlds easiest unified messaging system!AUTHOR BIOGRAPHYMbuyi Khuzadi obtained his bachelors degree from the California Institute ofTechnology in Mathematics, Physics, and Electrical Engineering. He then went to work in the aerospace industry for Aerojet Electronic Systems Division for several years where he worked on signal processing systems and developed communications protocols in hardware systems. He returned to the University of California at Irvine to complete his Masters degree in Electrical Engineering in 1998. He became more concerned with communication technology and jumped headlong into the unified messaging world. He presently works as a consultant in communications and aerospace engineering.Mong-Tham Khuzadi obtained her bachelors degree from Occidental College in Kinesiology. She continued her education in the medical profession for several informal years while she worked as an educator. She jumped into the communication world with applications in the medical world. She presently worksat the University of California at Irvine Medical Center and consults for the unified messaging world with applications in medicine.