v-mail


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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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Even the post office acknowledged that V-Mail "was not always as practical as had been anticipated," that it often arrived later than airmail and that servicemen felt the photographic reproductions of letters were impersonal.
Some v-mails, such as Talkway's, are embedded in the body of the e-mail and can get past corporate firewall filters.
Gary Hunt, Executive Vice President at Technicolor, admits that even with V-Mail's exceptional track record, "this medium is still fresh and has far-reaching potential."
Reuter's mother saved his anguished V-mail acknowledging their mutual loss:
Visitors can experience the personal dimension of war by listening to oral history accounts or by reading V-mail letters that loved ones exchanged.
Adding a personal touch are V-Mail from loved ones, pinups, a pack of Chesterfield cigarettes, a K-Ration breakfast box, snapshots, and playing cards.
That V-Mail letter you write to the boy in service helps keep a smile on his face for the job ahead.
[The veteran is Bob Brophy, who wrote the letter "Veterans and Home Front Heroes" in V-Mail in our June 2013 issue].