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v-mail

(1) See voicemail.

(2) (Video-MAIL) The ability to send video clips along with email 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, developed by Clipscom, is being introduced for the broadband market, and is the first interactive video messaging application designed for high-bandwidth users.
The addition of the powerful visualization capability contained within the special effects software now enables Xethos to identify even more accurately specific groups of users within the V-Mail database who share common profiles.
We consider v-mail a natural extension of the Vogue brand and are expecting a great demand for the service.
The acquisition will not only enable Xethos to target the rapidly expanding database of Snowstorm customers worldwide as prospective users of the Xethos Card, but also generate significant revenues from the sale of banner advertising appearing on-screen alongside the V-Mail and GameTalk products.
Focus Multimedia distributes their library of 160 Interactive titles to software retailers and distributors in over thirty countries worldwide, which is a great vehicle to promote V-Mail to a global audience in the shortest time possible.
V-Mail, "Uncle Frank at the Rhine"--The letter's writer was Ralph Alessandra, not Ralph Anderson.
V-Mail also includes video conferencing with up to four remote users along with multiple messaging and mailboxes.
Cortez used V-Mail to stay in touch with his then-girlfriend Eleanor.
Ping-Ads technology works by allowing V-Mail to display banner advertisements both online and offline.
Thayer's V-Mail comment in the April '09 issue, my crew was in Honolulu that very same day
So write them--every chance you set--and always use V-Mail for overseas letters' V-Mail is the only mail that always flies .