So, I was thinking today. I've done a lot of posting to this website, and probably helped a few people out with their issues. Why not get a little greedy and ask for help in return ....
I'm running SBS 2003 at home (as most of you probably know), and it has a modem in it. I don't do much faxing... because, well, email is cooler :). But what I would like, is some way to have an the server answer the actual phone with a message, and deliver the message into the specified exchange inbox.
I know there has to be something out there: Work does it. I don't have that kind of coin though. So I was hoping for a simple application that after X rings (configurable) it will answer the phone with a predetermined message that I can record with my mic that says something like:
You've reached SeanDaniel.com, please press 1 for Sean, 2 for Kendra, etc. Then when the user presses one it says:Leave a message for Sean after the beep
Then once the message is left, the .wav file is delivered to the specified users inbox within Exchange.
It doesn't have to be exactly like that, but that's what I had in mind. Does anyone know of such an application? Help is greatly appreciated.
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