Less wasted time. People are able to quickly send, receive, and find the exact information they need, no matter what form it was delivered in and no matter where they are.
• Helping individual users who spend most of their time working with Outlook work without needing to check separate systems or mailboxes. By delivering messages, voice mail, and faxes into the same inbox as other messaging types, employees can easily access the information they need immediately instead of constantly switching from one tool to another. This allows them to focus on value adding activities, not on trying to keep up with their communications.
• Enabling highly mobile users to stay connected by providing them quick access to all of their communications-- voice mail, e-mail, and faxes-- from Outlook 2007, Outlook Web Access 2007, Exchange ActiveSync®-capable devices and the new Outlook Voice Access (a component of Exchange Server 2007, like Outlook Web Access).
• Giving users broad access to calendar, contact and corporate directory data through the telephone, including reading calendar information to users and allowing them to look up and voice dial people both from their own contacts folder and from the corporate directory.
• Allowing users to handle their messages and calendar data (including listening to, forwarding, and replying to e-mails and making, updating, or responding to meeting requests) over the telephone. Users can flag messages for follow-up, skip to the next unread, hide or delete conversations, and even find messages from particular users, all using either voice navigation or a standard touch-tone keypad.