Esna technologies integrates its popular enterprise Unified Communication solution with MicrosoftsTM Outlook 2007TM desktop software to provide OutlookTM users anywhere access to users inbox, calendar, contacts and tasks.
Richmond Hill, Ontario (PRWEB) September 25, 2007 -- Esna Technologies Inc. (Esnatech) today announced it has added MS Outlook2007TM support to its market leading Telephony Office-LinX unified communication platform version 7.0.
As part of its ongoing goal for interoperability and to offer the most integrations in the market, Telephony Office-LinX has integrated its rich presence, advance mobility, and unified messaging with Microsoft's Outlook2007's Calendar, Contacts and inbox. Users of the Telephony Office-LinX platform will have advance presence, mobility and messaging features embedded directly within their MS Outlook client.
Users can automatically change call forwarding and voice mail greetings directly from their MS outlook Calendar as well define voicemail greetings and call filtering rules based on their Outlook Contact list. From their inbox they can seamlessly send voice, fax or e-mail messages to any user without leaving their MS Outlook 2007 interface.
"Collaborative technologies in the communications industry like MS OutlookTM have the potential to truly change the way businesses operate, but the missing piece from a business perspective is seamless communication integration to any environment. The Telephony Office-LinX platform extends Outlook integration into any organization to be a full e-mail, fax and telephony solution," said Davide Petramala, Vice President Sales & Marketing Esnatech. "The Telephony Office-LinX platform acts as a glue that bridges communication devices to Groupware solutions such as MS exchangeTM and MS Outlook2007TM; once again Esnatech demonstrates this fact and illustrates the value of Unified Communications."
MS Outlook2007TM support is part of version 7.0 service pack 3 release of Telephony Office-LinX. Esnatech has completed successful beta trials and will make it generally available to its partners in October 2007.
Not only do outlook 2007 users have fully integrated Mobility Messaging and presence tools, but MS Exchange 2007 users can fully access their inbox, custom folders & contacts directly over the phone with no internet access. Through basic phone connections users can navigate their exchange 2007 account and manage their daily inbox directly over the phone for seamless anywhere access.
Telephony Office-LinX bridges legacy and IP PBX's to your enterprise groupware, sales force automation and customer relationship management software. With support for over 100 different PBX's the esnatech UC platform provides Rich presence support for Iwatsu ADIX/ECS, Mitel 3300 & 200ICP, Avaya IP office, 3Com NBX & VCX, AASTRA, Panasonic, Toshiba and Asterisk based phone systems. Telephony Office-LinX is already tightly integrated with Research in Motion's BlackberryTM, devices as well as, Microsoft Windows, Pocket PC, Mobile PC, Microsoft Exchange TM 2000/2003/2007, Office, Terminal Services and Outlook 2000 TM and 2003 TM. It can be administered directly from an organization's Microsoft Management Console or through Terminal Services over the web. Users can be managed through Active Directory and Group Policy.
Founded in 1989, Esnatech's mission is to provide communication solutions that are simply the best way to communicate. Esnatech solutions empower organizations by giving them the flexibility to conduct business at any time, from anywhere, so they can manage the information they need, when they need it. Esnatech markets and distributes their products through OEM and VAR partners in 28 countries worldwide.
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