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Unified messaging is about unifying all types of messages into a single box. For example, e-mail, voice-mail, faxes, and phone messages are accessible from the same box. Alternatively, people use many different devices to communicate. Unified messaging helps people that use different communication devices, media, and technologies to communicate at any time and under their own control.
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