v-mail


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v-mail

(ˈviːmeɪl)
n
1. (Communications & Information) a video message sent by e-mail
2. (Communications & Information) a computerized communication system designed to send virtual reality messages
3. (Communications & Information) electronic mail designed to spread a computer virus
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V-Mail employed special 8.5-by-11-inch stationery, on which senders wrote their letters--notes, really, because the space was tight, shared by address areas and a place for a censor's stamp.
Seeking to reassure his parents, soon a constant theme of his V-mail, he responded to the Japanese attack by declaring that defeating Japan would require air and naval units but not infantry divisions like the 29th.
One of the Picc-A-Dilly market's four owners, Suzanne Jackson, said she had never heard of V-mail before reading the letters on Thompson's site.
The children were even taught about V-mail, used in WWII and given photo copies of it for use during the week.
It is no surprise, then, that video mail, more commonly called "v-mail," a technology that combines voice and video, is becoming increasingly popular and affordable.
This study compared the effects of using voice mail (v-mail) to electronic mail (e-mail) over the Internet to provide student feedback using Media Richness Theory (MRT) and Social Presence Theory (SPT) as the theoretical framework.
They wrote letters to the troops and the troops sent "V-mail" [victory mail] back ...
Video Direct Mail, or "V-Mail" in the industry vernacular, is redefining target marketing for cost-conscious companies across the country.