Hate typing your emails? Waxmail

Jeremy Hague of Skylook (which lets you record Skype calls inside Outlook) has been sending me WaxMail’s. What’s that? It lets you send voice from right inside Outlook. So, if you are tired of typing you can send a voice message. It’s an MP3 generator, basically. Hmmm, I wonder if I could use this to record a podcast? I’d love to be able to record a WaxMail, and then email that to a podcast service and have it put up.

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  1. Voice Email with WaxMail

    WaxMail is a free voice email service for Outlook from the guys who created Skylook (see our profile here).
    WaxMail requires a small download and a quick installation with Outlook. From there, all you have to do is click a button to record a voicemai…

  2. Check out slawesome at http://slawesome.com

    It lets you send your Voice over Email but unlike WaxMail,

    1. It works with every email client.

    2. It runs entirely in the browser.

    3. You don’t need to deal with attachments.

    4. It is free.

    5. You can make messages public and syndicate them out with an RSS feed (though we don’t have podcasting built in yet).

    I am the head dork in charge of that project.

  3. Check out slawesome at http://slawesome.com

    It lets you send your Voice over Email but unlike WaxMail,

    1. It works with every email client.

    2. It runs entirely in the browser.

    3. You don’t need to deal with attachments.

    4. It is free.

    5. You can make messages public and syndicate them out with an RSS feed (though we don’t have podcasting built in yet).

    I am the head dork in charge of that project.

  4. Check out slawesome at http://slawesome.com

    It lets you send your Voice over Email but unlike WaxMail,

    1. It works with every email client.

    2. It runs entirely in the browser.

    3. You don’t need to deal with attachments.

    4. It is free.

    5. You can make messages public and syndicate them out with an RSS feed (though we don’t have podcasting built in yet).

    I am the head dork in charge of that project.