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I am looking for recommendations/links for a service that can give/assign me a phone number, have a recorded messages played when someone calls such as "press 1 for ..., press 2 for yyy etc" and then allow the caller to leave a message that is then emailed to the owner of the particular voicemail box.

Google voice works for 1 mailbox only, but something like that with multiple mailboxes and multiple email addresses would be great.

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closed as not constructive by Chris S Sep 27 '12 at 4:44

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My company has been using VirtualPBX for this kind of thing for about 5 years now and we like it. They're starting to get into VoIP-based offerings, too. (I find it amusing when a Customer talks about calling me on my "office number"... heh heh...)

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