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PhoneValet Anywhere for iPhone

updated 11:30 am EDT, Fri July 27, 2007

PhoneValet comes to iPhone

Parliant today released PhoneValet Anywhere for iPhone, delivering home and office voice mails to iPhone's Safari Web browser. "PhoneValet Anywhere extends PhoneValet Message Center's capabilities to remote Macs and PCs via a standard Web browser," said Kevin Ford, Parliant's president. "When we saw iPhone we decided to further refine PhoneValet Anywhere's interface and functionality to allow the fast-growing iPhone nation to listen to PhoneValet voice mail messages, return calls, view recent calls and view/edit notes on call details. iPhone users accustomed to Apple's visual voice mail will have a very familiar experience." PhoneValet Anywhere for iPhone automatically converts PhoneValet voice mail files into a format that the iPhone recognizes. PhoneValet Anywhere for iPhone is a server upgrade priced at $60 with unlimited users for existing PhoneValet Message Center 5.x customers.




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  1. iphoneistic.com

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Very cool!

    I will need to check that out with our PhoneValet system!

  1. macslut

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    PhoneValet rocks

    Parliant makes really great products. I used PhoneValet in many different ways that were for work and personal use. While expensive, it is very powerful and reliable. It looks like the moved fast on the iPhone...good for them!

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