Definition of video mail in US English:

video mail


  • An email message with a video clip attached.

    • ‘With unified messaging, users can access all forms of messages - voice mail, email, fax, and video mail - from a common mailbox.’
    • ‘Passengers can also enjoy networked gaming, send video mail, take classes on computing and software, and rent laptops.’
    • ‘We have video mail from our local correspondent at the scene, our very own Randy Louis.’
    • ‘I use email and video mail to connect my students with students all over the world so they can discuss all sorts of things, like clothes, gender roles, diet, music.’
    • ‘In addition, PhoneFree provides voice mail, video calling, video mail, voice conferencing and file/data transfer at no additional cost.’
    • ‘But now the new catalog from the New York video mail order film, Cinema Classics, is listing six of the seven missing ‘Moto’ films.’
    • ‘Application requirements for video-on-demand, HDTV, video mail, and electronic security are pushing the envelope on server capacity and transfer rate.’
    • ‘In the near term, we will see the emergence of interactive video mail and more powerful search features.’
    • ‘And then I come to Japan and I find TV tuners and highly designed tiny handsets and second generation video mail.’
    • ‘The software, which is typically used to funnel downloadable ring tones, games and video mail programs to consumers, breaks ‘new ground,’ said Gina Lombardi.’