Conaito Technologies Introduces the VoiceMail SDK - A simple way to add Mp3 Recording Applet and VoiceMail for your webpages - Release v2.4.1

Chemnitz, Germany (PressExposure) December 16, 2008 -- The Conaito VoiceMail SDK is designed for web developers and allows to record and send voice messages from web sites to any existing e-mail client software, even to free web based e-mail like Hotmail and Yahoo. The recipient receives the usual e-mail message with link to Mp3 audio file. Recipients can listen the Mp3 file by any existing Mp3 player. Mp3 players are installed almost on the each computer, so, no problem with playback!

Also, it is possible to save recorded audio file on the client computer and open it from there. To playback the recorded MP3 audio from the server the recording applet works in the streaming mode.

The conaito VoiceMail SDK uses native methods to sound capture, LAME MP3 encoding/ decoding and playback in the DLL, which will be installed on the computer when user uses the applet for the first time. The recording applet is already digitally signed.

The conaito VoiceMail SDK is compatible with Windows 98/NT/2000/ME/XP/2003/Vista, MacOS X and with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 and up, Netscape 7, FireFox, Mozilla, Opera browsers. On the Mac with Safari and Opera.

Key features (conaito VoiceMail Standard SDK)

* Record, send by Email and play mp3 file direct from website (without any need for an additional player) * Recording Level Indicator included * NAT (Router) & Firewall friendly (upload recorded Mp3 with HTTP post) * Comes with RTR (Ready-to-Run) samples for easy integration in your website * Freely changeable Interface design * Supports multi-language environment * Works on the most popular web browsers and web server * Works with all kinds of Internet connections * Comes with valid Microsoft Authenticode Certificate * Very easy to incorporate

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Press Release Submitted On: December 11, 2008 at 7:08 am
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