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BlackBerry® All-in-One For Dummies® by Dante Sarigumba, Tim Calabro, Robert Kao, William Petz

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Chapter 4. Using Mobile Voice System

In This Chapter

  • Getting in touch with BlackBerry Mobile Voice System (MVS)

  • Understanding how — and why — to use BlackBerry MVS

  • Understanding the components and requirements of BlackBerry MVS

You bought a BlackBerry so that you could stay connected. Your company uses BlackBerry across the enterprise to help you stay connected. Now, if only you could link up your BlackBerry with your office phone so that anyone who calls you can always contact you, even if you're on the road. But wait — you can hook up your two phone numbers so you'll never miss an important call because you're away from your desk. And you'll never miss a call because both lines are ringing at once! And you'll never have to dial more than one voice mailbox to get your messages. What is this magic that allows you to have complete control of all your incoming calls? BlackBerry Mobile Voice System (MVS), that's what.

MVS lets you carry the functionality of your desk phone in your BlackBerry. This chapter explains what BlackBerry Mobile Voice System is, what it does, how it does it, and why you might want it.

Note

This chapter is for enterprise users. However, your enterprise must already have decided to implement MVS in order to use the info in this chapter. Perhaps you can tear this chapter out of the book and present it to a decision maker in your organization, along with a bar graph that shows how much time and money MVS saves.

Understanding MVS Basics

BlackBerry MVS extends office phone ...

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