ThunderVoice is an extension for Mozilla Thunderbird. It adds a button to the message composition toolbar so that users can quickly record a voice memo and attach it to a new message or any other message composition, such as when one replies to or forwards an existing e-mail message.

This was designed so that anyone for whom typing is a strenuous task can make use of the Thunderbird mail client and send messages with less strain on the hands, especially for those who must send a large number of e-mails on a regular basis.

ThunderVoice uses the Java sound API to record audio streams from the microphone or a line-in device, compress it in the MP3 audio format, and automatically attach it to an e-mail message. Please refer to the included licenses and README.txt files for information on licensing.

If you have any feedback, please feel free to e-mail me, or comment on this blog page.

The ThunderVoice main application


One thought on “ThunderVoice

  1. Hello,
    The description of ThunderVoice sounds great.
    If I’m searching ThunderVoice in the Thunderbird extensions dialog,
    ThunderVoice doesn’t find it 🙁
    Where can I get it ?

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