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EVM (Enabled Voice Mail) Now Available

Posted: 19:00:00, Tuesday, Apr 5, 2005   Expiration: 19:00:00, Monday, Apr 25, 2005  

There's now one more reason to consider ordering voice mail through the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Voice Services: Enabled Voice Mail (EVM). Email was sent out to campus on April 20th.

There's now one more reason to consider ordering voice mail through the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Voice Services: Enabled Voice Mail (EVM).

EVM is a free new service, available only to voice mail subscribers, that can notify and/or deliver copies of voice and fax messages through your email client so that your messages are all available in one central place. The service also enables callers to reach you at a remote location.

In addition, when you have voice mail, EVM gives you the ability to have items faxed directly to your voice mail (via your telephone number) and then to your computer. Instead of going to a fax machine to retrieve a document, you receive it on your computer as a .tif file and can print it yourself.

To order voice mail services, go to:

http://www.doit.wisc.edu/telephone/voice_mail/

If are already subscribe to voice mail, the good news is that you now have access to EVM at no additional charge. To begin using EVM, follow the simple instructions at: http://www.doit.wisc.edu/telephone/

The DoIT Help Desk supports EVM. For questions, visit http://helpdesk.wisc.edu or call 264-4357 (264-HELP).

-- Voice Services

Created: 03:58:35, Wednesday, Apr 6, 2005 (by Chris M.)
Updated: 11:53:21, Thursday, Apr 21, 2005 (by System U.)