Integrated messaging for your SpectraLink Wireless Telephone System
The e-messenger server is the communications gateway and physical interface to the SpectraLink Wireless Telephone System. The server manages the handling of messages to and from the SpectraLink Wireless Telephone. The e-messenger software package (32-bit Windows-compatible) includes the server and three clients, providing immediate connectivity to various messaging applications.
Send a text message from a networked PC to a SpectraLink Wireless Telephone. From the e-messenger application window, simply select the recipient's name or phone number and type your message.
Deliver alphanumeric messages to SpectraLink Wireless Telephones from in-house paging systems. Messages can be generated by a wide variety of sources, including alphanumeric paging terminals, monitoring equipment, security systems, and industrial control devices.
Forward a message to a SpectraLink Wireless Telephone from the Internet, your company's intranet, or your local network. Using standard e-mail software, the e-mail client delivers messages to any wireless telephone extension.
Other IP Applications
Because the e-messenger server acts as the communication gateway between messaging applications and the SpectraLink system, it can receive input from other IP-based applications and translate those messages for delivery to SpectraLink Wireless Telephones.
The e-messenger server can receive messages from multiple sources: networked PCs with the e-messenger LAN client, e-mail applications, paging controllers, and other IP applications. Any, or all, of these messaging options can be implemented with a single e-messenger server.
The e-messenger server uses a serial interface to communicate with the wireless telephone system using SpectraLink's Open Application Interface (OAI).
e-messenger LAN client, e-mail, or other IP application
Messages arriving from the LAN client, an e-mail application, or another IP application are delivered to the server through an interface on the local or wide area network.
e-messenger paging client
In addition, e-messenger can accept messages from any paging system that generates TAP (Telocator Alphanumeric Protocol)-formatted messages. TAP is a standard protocol for in-house radio paging systems. Messages arriving from the paging system are sent over a serial interface.
SpectraLink System Requirements
The e-messenger is compatible with any SpectraLink Series 400 system equipped with the Open Application Interface (OAI). The OAI allows users to interact in real-time with external applications via the SpectraLink wireless network.
To purchase the OAI or other SpectraLink equipment, contact SpectraLink at 1-800-676-5465 or http://www.SpectraLink.com/.
e-messenger system requirements
e-messenger requires a customer-supplied computer with the following features: Pentium-class processor, Microsoft Windows95, Windows98, or Windows NT operating system, an IP address, an unassigned serial (COM) port, and an RS-232 cable.
To use the network or e-mail client the computer must be on a LAN. Modem connectivity is not available.
To use the paging client, an additional serial port and proper cabling are required.
For e-messenger pricing and availability, contact OnSite Communications today.
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