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Intersis' VoiXX to Support Exchange 2000

Intersis announced that its VoiXX unified messaging system will include support for Microsoft Exchange 2000.

VoiXX allows users to access e-mail, voice mail, and fax messages from any phone. For example, when a user receives a new e-mail message, it can be routed to the user's cellular phone. The user can listen to the message using Lernout & Hauspie's RealSpeak engine and then reply with a voice message. The original sender receives the reply as a voice mail message. If the user is in the office or traveling with a laptop, messages can be accessed via Exchange 2000.

Contact Intersis, (877) GO-VOIXX, www.us.voixx.com.

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