This software module gives a Notes user who is out of the office telephone access (doesn't need WAP) to the contents of their Address Book and any other Notes database. Any telephone may be used to call into the system.

The system does the following:

Step 1 - Authentication
The caller dials into the system and enters their extension number (or mailbox number if already unified messaging user). The caller is then prompted to enter their password.

Step 2 - Address Book Look-up
The caller is prompted to enter the person last and first name want to look-up (name has to be entered one touch oper letter).

Step 3 - Information Delivery
All person record are available to retrieve by the the caller as:
  • Office telephone number, cell phone number, fax number, business address, e-mail address, etc.
  • The user can also have the system dial a selected number.
  • The user can also send a voice message to the selected person via e-mail (useful if you want to send a message but do not actually want to speak to the person).
  • The record can also be sent to a fax machine provided a network fax server is in place.
System Enhancements
Custom enhancements that vary the standard application accessing the Address Book are quick and easy to implement. Telephone access can also be provided to any other Notes database (e.g. corporate directories, contact databases, etc.). The module uses the Phonesoft scripting tool and is open for your development at no extra cost. We can also do this integration work on your behalf.

System Requirements
The Mobile Access software runs in a Pentium PC connected to the PBX. A Dialogic voice board (supplied) runs in the PC. The PC should have the following minimum specifications: Any CPU, 2GB RAM, any disk space, Windows 7/8/2008/2012, Notes client or Domino server 6.x, 7.x, 8.x or 9.x.

The Dialogic board scales from 2 to 16 ports per board. Up to 64 ports may be run in a single server. Multiple servers may be used.

All major PBX vendors are supported.

Installation and configuration
Installation and configuration time: approximately 2 hours.