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There is a good part of my day where I have to call on folks I've never done business with before. If I get their voice-mail I leave a message. Then in two days I try again. Then I will try one last time and then not call them again.
It would be a tremendous time saver if, when I get their voice-mail, I could say "Hi Tom" (and then click a button that plays a prerecorded message and hang up) the message would play out and then disconnect.
Like everyone in my position I get to a lot of voice-mails. Imagine if I had to make 30 such calls per day how fast I could move through them. Also imagine how much better it would be to leave that 'perfect message' each time even if I am having an 'off day'.
With a little menu of recordings to choose from this would be a very real time saver and increase production significantly.
I am not in any way suggesting a calling computer. Just a way for me more easily complete the most tedious part of my day.