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Mass Notification Service Quick Start Guide

The XOP Networks Mass Notification Service allows a Moderator to send multi-modal (voice, SMS, email and pages) alerts to his/her group members. These alerts can be used for emergency communications (e.g. weather alerts, crime watch alerts etc.) or for sending routine informational messages (e.g., board meeting invitation, ladies luncheon etc.).

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The XOP Networks Mass Notification Service allows a Moderator to send multi-modal (voice, SMS, email and pages) alerts to his/her group members. These alerts can be used for emergency communications (e.g. weather alerts, crime watch alerts etc.) or for sending routine informational messages (e.g., board meeting invitation, ladies luncheon etc.).

Firebar Quick Start Guide

The XOP Networks Firebar Conferencing Service allows a number of out dialed voice calls to be launched triggered by an incoming phone call. As the out dialed calls are answered, the recipients are placed in an audio conference with the initiator. This service can be used by for e.g., a Fire Chief trying to get hold of Voluntary Firemen in an emergency situation.

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2016-08-28T19:44:28+00:00

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The XOP Networks Firebar Conferencing Service allows a number of out dialed voice calls to be launched triggered by an incoming phone call. As the out dialed calls are answered, the recipients are placed in an audio conference with the initiator. This service can be used by for e.g., a Fire Chief trying to get…

One Number Service with Voicemail

The XOP Networks’ One Number Service provides the capability to divert calls made to the primary subscriber’s phone number to up to six alternate numbers. The subscriber defined numbers will be called simultaneously, and when one of the numbers is answered, a message is played to confirm that the recipient is valid and then the caller is automatically connected to the valid recipient. If none of the alternate numbers is answered by a valid recipient, the caller is connected to a standard voicemail box, whereupon a message may be left and later retrieved by the subscriber.

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2016-08-28T19:48:16+00:00

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The XOP Networks’ One Number Service provides the capability to divert calls made to the primary subscriber’s phone number to up to six alternate numbers. The subscriber defined numbers will be called simultaneously, and when one of the numbers is answered, a message is played to confirm that the recipient is valid and then the…