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Lucent Integrates Voice-Mail, E-Mail, And Fax On Web

Lucent Technologies Inc. this week will roll out Webmessaging server software that lets users integrate voicemail, E-mail, and fax messaging on the desktop, but doesn'trequire new client software for each user. The product,www.messenger, is part of Lucent's Visual Desktop MessagingPortfolio and can be accessed via a standard Web browser. Itcan be used in Windows, Macintosh, and Sun Unix networkingenvironments and can be deployed on Lucent's voice-messagingservers, which can connect to a wide range of PBXs.

With www.messenger, users can go to a personalized Web siteand quickly scan a list for important voice messages, ratherthen sequentially listening to individual voice-mailmessages. Users can double-click on messages and hear themon their PCs, or have them sent to a telephone. Users alsocan store messages on disks and listen later.

Release 1.0 of www.messenger, to be used with the Octel200/300 or Octel 250/350 voice-messaging servers, will beavailable this summer. Release 1.1, which will supportLucent's Intuity voice-messaging servers and the French,German, and Spanish languages across all servers, will beavailable this fall. The product will be priced at $20 to$80 per seat, depending on the number of users.

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