19 thoughts on “Have Skype SMS your Voicemail text: By Late 2007”

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  2. I just took a look at “The Gizmo Project”

    Are you or anyone reading this comment aware of anything like this that has a more advance voicemail system? Something along the lines of “press 1 for sales, 2 for tech support, etc.”

    I’m looking of a solution for a small business and a single voice mail box appears cheesy to the client calling in.

  3. A cool feature, yes, but Skype’s (and parent eBay’s) history of applying sudden, substantial price increases will slow people’s adoption of its fee-based features.

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  5. I hope none of your friends leave long winded voicemails…with 160 characters at a time even a relatively short 20-30 second message could become a half dozen SMS messages!

  6. yea, have to agree with the last two comments. the text could get out of control. my VoIP service lets me get a sound file by e-mail attachment. works just fine for me that way.

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  8. To the early poster asking about something similar to Gizmo with more robust auto-attendant…you should take a look at Callbutler (www.callbutler.com) This is a nice virtualized application UI that works with any VoIP service or provider, and provides some more robust “PBX-like” features. I use it and it works well.

  9. I totally agree with Sean above. I use them for Business purposes and often find that the communication delivered via text has cost me more than a quick Intl call which I simply need to spend an hour to decypher.

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