May 01, 1998
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts May 1998 Current Issue
May 1998

Tired of missing calls to your home office when you're on the other line or on the road? Simi Valley, Calif.-based American Network Systems, Inc., offers Total E-Call2 Home Office Voice Mail. Using a two-line phone and your computer, calls are routed to up to 40 password-protected mailboxes or forwarded to your e-mailbox, pager and cell phone. Also ideal for independent planners: Auto-polling lets you program your phone to dial attendees and ask them to confirm or schedule meetings by entering a keypad number or by answering verbally.

Total E-Call2 requires a PC with a Pentium processor running Windows 95, 16 MB of RAM, 4 MB of free hard-disk space, a standard ISA bus slot, an IRQ, 4 I/O addresses and an analog telephone line. An Internet connection and Caller ID are required for optional features. Contact American Network Systems at (805) 579-8898, or visit (


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