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PhoneValet 5.0 Adds Call Trees, Address Book Support

PhoneValet 5.0 Adds Call Trees, Address Book Support

by , 10:45 AM EST, November 20th, 2006

Parliant Corp announced the immediate availability of PhoneValet Message Center 5.0 on Monday. PhoneValet is a Mac OS X-based automated phone answering and messaging system. The new version is Universal Binary and adds support for menu-driven call trees, uses Apple's Address Book to give individual callers customized messages, adds customizable voicemail overrides for different times of the day, and more.

PhoneValet Message Center 5.0 is priced at US$169.95 per line, and includes a USB telephone line adapter.

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