Unified Messaging

Unified messaging (sometimes referred to as the unified messaging system or UMS) is the handling of voice, fax, and regular text messages as objects in a single mailbox that a user can access either with a regular e-mail client or by telephone.. See complete definition.

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  • .Tel

    .Tel is a top-level domain (TLD) intended for universal text naming and navigation in Internet-based communications... (Continued) Continue Reading

  • Videocast: What is the difference between UC and UM?

    In the SearchVoIP.com videocast, Whatis.com's Alex Howard discusses the differences between unified messaging and unified communications, the features each option allows users and the development of UM to UC. Whether you are considering UC or have ... Continue Reading

  • instant messaging (IM or IM-ing or AIM)

    Instant messaging (sometimes called IM or IMing) is the ability to easily see whether a chosen friend or co-worker is connected to the Internet and, if they are, to exchange messages with them. Continue Reading

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