NEW YORK - AT Conference, Inc., a provider of conferencing services, announces the addition of Plugin for Microsoft Outlook to its suite of conferencing tools.
The Plugin will be free to AT Conference clients and will simplify the distribution of conferencing instructions via Outlook. Clients can simply click on a button in Outlook
and email messages or calendar meetings/appointments will be automatically generated with the host’s embedded conferencing instructions.
Guests can be invited directly using Outlook’s address book or added manually.
Conference access information is input via a simple fill-in form at the time of installation.
The Plugin is versatile in its ability to work within the Outlook Appointment/Meeting functionality. As an alternative to utilizing the Appointment/Meeting functionality,
hosts can also enter conference information into a schedule form in an email. This information is added to the text of the email and attached as an iCalendar file.
Recipients of the email can manually add the conference schedule information to their calendar or they can open the iCalendar file and process the information as a meeting invitation.
This provides support for recipients with automated calendar functions while also providing the schedule information as text to recipients that do not have automated calendars.
The Plugin is scheduled for full release to AT Conference’s customer base in May 2007.
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About AT Conference
AT Conference is a leading provider of conference call and web conferencing services that help businesses communicate more efficiently. The company is primarily focused on the SMB market and has over 100,000 users worldwide.
Headquartered in Southampton, New York, AT Conference also has operations in Georgia and Massachusetts. Its rapid and consistent growth have earned AT Conference recognition on Deloitte & Touche's Technology Fast 500 and New York Technology Fast 50 lists and on Inc. Magazine's Inc. 500 & Inc. 5000 lists of fastest growing North American companies.
More information is available at www.ATConference.com.
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