voice processing systems allow you to record, send and retrieve
messages 24 hours a day, 7 days a week world-wide, as well as
efficiently handling your telephone system traffic and internal
KXT-VM Voice Processing System
Full range available: KXTVM50 & KXTVM200.
voice processing systems can improve the efficiency of your
business, whether it be in sales, customer service, marketing, or
mail messages received via the phone system are notified and can be
played via your e-mail in-box. Each message will be time and date
stamped, caller, length of message, how many ‘old’ and ‘new’
messages in your mailbox, will be displayed. Voice mail messages can be
deleted, saved as a WAV file to hard disk or forwarded as a WAV file as
an attachment. This functionality allows users to manage both their
voice mail and e-mail from the screen of their desktop PC.
voice mail using a simple LCD menu (only available with KX-NT136,
KX-T7636/7633) without listening to the voicemail for options. Messages
can be selected, played and deleted using the visual prompts and the
caller’s information can also be displayed on screen.
Menus for each extension
KXT-VM, individual extensions can be set up with their own custom menu
options for callers to follow. Callers can leave a message or have their
call forwarded to another extension or even an outside line, for
example, another office or even a cellular telephone. Each extension
user can set up the options they want to offer their callers.
owners can have their messages recorded into voicemail and then have the
KXT-VM system call their cellular telephone to have the message
delivered wherever they are.
systems can be programmed to handle calls differently (e.g.
auto-attendant vs. voice mail) on official holidays, thereby providing
suitable help to callers who call in during off-peak periods or
you receive a fax call the system will automatically send the call to
the designated fax extension – this eliminates the need to have a
dedicated line for your fax. You can designate a second fax extension to
handle overflow traffic from the first one.
systems can support up to five different languages. Callers may choose
the language of their preference when they call in.
this mode is activated, you can monitor incoming messages and decide
whether or not to take the call.
feature allows an extension user to record a conversation in his or her
mailbox by simply pressing the two-way record function key. A variation
of this feature is ‘two-way transfer’ which permits the extension
user to record a conversation in another person’s mailbox.
KX-TVM50 and KX-TVM200 offer intelligent caller ID Routing which route
callers by telephone number to specified extensions or services. Caller
ID Call Screening will announce callers by name (max 30) or number. Both
require Caller ID from the PBX. Calls can be routed to extensions or
auto attendant prompts based on the DDI dialled or callers own PIN
(Personal Identification No.).
The owner of a mailbox can access the system remotely (when out of the office) to record new greetings, listen to messages and divert calls to voicemail (or elsewhere).
Total recording time
|4hrs (standard) 8hrs (option)||1000hrs|
Recording time per mailbox
Number of ports
|Max. 6||Max. 24|
Number of mailboxes
|Max. 64||Max. 1024|
|360 sec||360 secs|
|1-30 days or unlimited||1-30 days or unlimited|
|2-5 digits||2-5 digits|
Message waiting lamp
|DTMF sequence/DPT integration||
List, Class of Service List, System Service Report, Call Account
Report, Mailbox Usage Report, Memory Usage Report, Fax Call
Report, Custom Service Report (not with KX-TVM50E), Call Handling,
MSG status, Subscriber Set-up, Security Info, Hourly Stats,
Systems are only suitable for integration with KX-TA624,
KX-TES824, KX-TD and KX-TDA Systems.
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