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JDVoiceMail 2.53

Send voice email messages to anyone with an e-mail address.


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Total downloads: 428
  • Last Updated: Apr 10, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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JDVoiceMail is a Social & Communication software developed by Juan Diego Sendra. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for JDVoiceMail:

With JDVoiceMail you can send voice email messages to anyone with an e-mail address. JDVoiceMail generates compressed .wav or.mp3 files reducing the size from 16 to 10 times. The recipient doesn't need any special software to listen your messages, by just double-clicking the file, he can listen it using the Default Audio Player.


* Works with the Windows bundled ACM codecs (Present in all 32 bits windows versions).
* You can select the codec of the output voice file.
* Only 32 KB for a 30 second voice message with the DSP True Speech Codec.
* Only 50 KB for a 30 second voice message with the GSM 6.10 Codec
* Only 30 KB for a 30 second voice message with the LAME MP3 Encoder
* With the MP3 format, Linux, Mac, Pocket PC and Palm users can listen your messages too.
* Simple, minimalist and intuitive graphic interface.
* Send the voice file automatically with your favorite pop3 email client or save it in a hard disk folder for use with your web-based email account.
* Compatible with all MAPI e-mails clients (Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Outlook ExPress, etc...).
* Easily share JDVoiceMail with your friends (Less than 1,50 MB for the installer file).
* JDVoiceMail is 100% freeware, no ads, no limitations, no adware, no banners, no spyware etc....
you can free download JDVoiceMail 2.53 now.


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