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AVT Updates Outsourcing Solutions

AVT Corp. released WebLinq 2.0 and MediaLinqClient 3.2, updated versions of its e-document delivery outsourcing services.

WebLinq enables users to launch fax and e-mail broadcasts, track broadcasts, and manage lists and documents using Web browsers. MediaLinqClient provides easy access to these tasks and MediaLInq services from the Windows desktop.

With WebLinq, users can upload their original Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and HTML files directly to WebLinq for fax broadcast. Users can attach any file type for e-mail broadcasts, including Adobe Acrobat; Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; fax files; plain text; and audio, video, and animation files. WebLinq allows users to select any number of existing lists and upload new lists for broadcast, and can add, delete, and modify entries to WebLinq lists.

Contact AVT, (800) 800-5450, www.avtc.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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