For immediate release

Ovolab renames InTouch to Phlink, shipping today.

Torino, Italy (Europe) – Oct 28, 2003 – Ovolab(tm) today released
Ovolab Phlink, the final version of its breakthrough telephony
product for the Macintosh.

Formerly known as Ovolab InTouch, the product was introduced at Apple
Expo in Paris and has since been tested by many users worldwide.

Combined with the Ovolab Telephone Adapter, a small USB device,
Ovolab Phlink can answer telephone calls and identify the caller
through Caller ID.

Ovolab Phlink can answer calls, take messages, and send them by email
to a predefined email address – encoded in a highly-compressed format
such as AAC or 3GPP (the latter can turn a one-minute message into a
small, 60KB attachment). Your voicemail will reach you, anywhere in
the world, by email!

Additionally, Ovolab Phlink can be set to execute scripts, launch
applications or open documents by simply pressing numbers on the
telephone keypad during the call.

You can set up Ovolab Phlink to provide information to the caller,
either through prerecorded audio messages or by using Mac OS X’s
speech synthesis. Greetings and messages can even be customized for
the caller, thanks to Caller ID. As an example, Ovolab Phlink can
look up weather forecasts on the Internet and read them to the
caller, or restart a server, and much more – thanks to the power of
AppleScript and Ovolab technology.

Ovolab Phlink is available now for the special price of EUR 99.95
plus shipping: visit the Ovolab web site at .

About Ovolab
Founded in 2002, Ovolab is based in Torino, Italy. More than ten
years of experience in Mac software development to create the
software that enhances your creativity. Because creativity is the
beginning of it all.

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