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Voice mail

Voice mail refers to the transmission, storage, and retrieval of spoken messages using computers. Eliminates many problems associated with telephones. Voice mail uses telephones, computers, and codecs. The analog signal of the human voice is converted into digital signals and stored in the receiver’s computer until the receiver is ready to retrieve the message.

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