The KX-NS1000 gives you great flexibility for managing messaging services. Voice and fax messages can be received using the built-in Unified Messaging system in a number of ways; as e-mail attachments, through the KX-NS1000 IMAP4 server, or using the Communication Assistant. This means you can listen to voice messages using their phone or PC, for maximum flexibility.
- • Built-in Voice Mail
- • Voice Mail/Mail Box Feature
- • Interview Service
- • Custom Service
- • Automatic Two-way Recording for Managers
- • Automated Attendant
Built-in Voice Mail
The built-in voice mail can handle incoming calls, record messages and conversations,and manage mailboxes all from a cellular phone. Two channel two hour voice storage is preinstalled and can be upgraded to a maximum of 1000 hours with activation key and storage memory. Voice mail resources can also be shared across the network (using One-look Networking).
With its fax server, the KX-NS1000 can receive, distribute, and send faxes. Received faxes can be saved in mail boxes and notify the user via the message waiting lamp or e-mail, forwarded, printed, and downloaded.
KX-NS1000 sends an e-mail to notify users when they have new fax and voice messages. Fax and voice messages can also be received as attachment files. The KX-NS1000 also supports IMAP4 servers, so the user can access the content of their mail boxes using a common email client that supports the IMAP4 protocol, such as Microsoft Outlook.
Communication Assistant is a highly intuitive PC based application suite with powerful point and click telephony and screen based presence, availability, and a variety of collaboration tools. It can be used with or without a server, and supports over 1,000 users with a server.