Vemail Voice Email Software for Windows 2.13
Vemail is software that lets you record and send voice messages instead of text using ordinary email from you PC or Pocket PC.
To send a voice message with Vemail simply enter an email address and then press and hold down F6 while speaking. When you have finished recording, the message will be compressed and sent as an email automatically. Vemail can be played with the standard player installed in most PCs.
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