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v-mail

(1) See voicemail.

(2) (Video-MAIL) The ability to send video clips along with e-mail messages. This is not the same as videoconferencing, which requires a high-speed connection between sender and receiver.
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The On2 V-Mail application was built in direct response to our partners' requests.
On2's introduction of V-Mail further reaffirms its industry-leading position in advancing broadband video streaming.
UK is able to expand its Internet strategy with v-mail and provide another value-added service to its on-line readers," said Dave Thatcher, president of Critical Path.
com's comprehensive private-label platform, V-Mail will be able to provide actionable alerts, person-to-person text messaging, reminders and notifications to its customers.
We're pleased to welcome V-Mail as a new European partner and licensee for the Unimobile 3.
Colin Gervaise-Brazier concluded, "We are confident that the powerful combination of V-Mail, GameTalk and the Xethos Card will generate significant numbers of customers and revenues for our new alliance.
The V-MAIL software products use the innovative V-Mail Blast DXC Technology to send voice and audio files.
Using V-MAIL's unique technology, interconnectivity and proprietary technology, all sent V-Mails may be received by any e-mail browser.
ZDTV has a commitment to inform our viewers about innovative technology and encourage them to participate through video conferencing or v-mail," said Candy Meyers, ZDTV Vice President, Program Development.
ZDTV "Netcammers" v-mail their comments in the form of video clips, and see themselves live on TV.
Imaging and Connectivity: Philips announced its new PCA655VC USB V-Mail