Symantec TalkWorks PRO

Symantec has released a new version of its fax and voicemail software package, TalkWorks PRO.

TalkWorks PRO 3.0 ($199) is aimed at small businesses and home offices that require a "professional, high-quality" voicemail system, says Symantec.

The program allows for a single telephone line to be used for sending and receiving faxes as well as taking high quality voice messages. A wizard-driven set-up enables users to create mailboxes and the program comes with a range of pre-recorded greetings that can be set to play for specific callers.

Users can also provide callers with an option for TalkWorks PRO to transfer the call to a predetermined phone number such as that for a mobile phone, says Symantec.

TalkWorks' faxing capabilities come from WinFax PRO 9.0, which has been integrated into the program. Users can send laser-quality faxes, says Symantec, and the program also supports fax-on-demand and fax-back.

The program requires a Pentium PC, 100MB of free hard drive space and a compatible voice and fax modem.

Symantec

Phone: (02) 9850 1000

http://www.symantec.com.au

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Robert Ebdon

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I am interested in buying a program "Talkworks?
Can't find it on Symantec website.
Do you know of any other "phone answering programs" ?
Please help ?

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