Visual voicemail service by SF company now free 

San Francisco-based GoldMail has launched a free version of its audio-visual messaging system.

The system allows users to record a voice message over a slideshow. The combined audio-visual message can then be e-mailed to the recipient.

GoldMail launched a commercial version of its service in 2008, marketing it to mostly Fortune 2000 companies, company CEO Tom Hakel said. It has previously made a free version of the messaging system available on a trial basis, but now it is providing the service for free.

The service allows people to record their voice over any normal attachment to an e-mail, Hakel said.

There are several other multimedia platforms that provide similar products, but GoldMail boasts that its product is the most user-friendly and is quick to master.

“We make it super-easy for a nontech person to make this — it takes as little as literally seconds,” Hakel said. “I can do a GoldMail almost as fast as I can leave a voicemail.”

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