JDVoiceMail 2.53 recorded voice messages and send it trough e-mail client
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JDVoiceMail 2.53 records voice messages and send it through the default e-mail client as an attachment.
This voice utility records voice messages and can save them into wav or mp3 files. The maximum size of the file will depend on the quality chosen previously on the codec options; this will be enough with any option to avoid typing short messages and be clear and concise in any message that required this.
The messages can be listening in the default mp3 or wav audio player without any problems. The process to record the voice message is very simple: click on the record button and click on the stop button once you have finished the voice message. In case you miss something important you can continue recording just by clicking again on the record button. You can save or send the voice message, select the format and the message will be sent or saved.
The Mail options allow you to modify some options like the subject text and the body text among others. The Codec options allow you to choose the quality of the voice message recording. It’s Compatible with all MAPI e-mails clients (Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Outlook Express, etc...).
One great feature is the Photo Address Book; your e-mail address can be taken from your MAPI e-mail client and you can add the photos of your addresses to provide a great value to the address book. You can also send the voice messages trough the JDVoiceMail Photo Address Book also.
Its installation is simple and easy to perform; the GUI is also simple and easy to use. There is no documentation on the software but is available on its website providing a complete and detailed guide.
JDVoiceMail works on Windows (32 bit) 95/98/ME/NT/2K/XP/Vista platforms.

Ricardo Zayola
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Review summary


  • JDVoiceMail is friendly and easy to use; the quality of the voice messages is quite enough depending on the codec previously selected


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