Unified Messaging for WebSphere Voice Response

Simplifies managing diverse communications

IBM® Unified Messaging for WebSphere® Voice Response manages voicemail, email and faxes for access virtually anywhere and anytime over the telephone or the Internet. It helps you access communications formats with the interface that is most appropriate and simplifies managing diverse communications.

Unified Messaging for WebSphere Voice Response:

Provides a central service

Helps deliver a high level of information access

Provides a single view of messages

Offers access to email through a WAP interface

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Unified Messaging for WebSphere Voice Response

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Unified Messaging for WebSphere Voice Response

Simplifies managing diverse communications

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Operating SystemSoftwareHardware
AIX WebSphere Voice Response for AIX, V4.2 or V6.1

Optional software requirements:


Single System Image (SSI) servers recommended to use 64-bit support (AIX kernel) and JFS2.

WebSphere MQSeries®, V5.3 is only required if the customer wishes to use the XML provisioning capability provided by Unified Messaging for WebSphere Voice Response. A WebSphere MQSeries license is required to be purchased separately.

J2EE 1.3 or above compliant Web application server software to host the Unified Messaging for WebSphere Voice Response interface and Voice interface, for example, WebSphere Application Server, V5.0, V6.0, V6.1

Local Number Portability (LNP) Server for SMDI. A sample LNP Server is provided.

Note: WebSphere Voice Response for AIX, V4.2 only operates with AIX, V5.2, V5.3 or V6.1. Customers should check that the system unit planned for use will operate with these levels of AIX.
Hardware requirements are the same as for WebSphere Voice Response for AIX, V4.2:

RS/6000® or IBM pSeries® system, and IBM Quad DTTA or DTEA
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