Your emails have speech

Mail2Voice is a mail management software with a clear interface and simple functions allowing the use of e-mail to people with illiteracy, cognitive or motor disabilities and soon also to people suffering from dys disorders.

Reading messages by vocal synthesis

Voice recording of outgoing messages

The contacts are presented by photos




Mail2Voice is free software (GPL v3) and open source, multilingual and soon to be multi-platform (Win and Linux) it is developed, tested and enriched by a community dedicated and open to exchanges. So you can contribute and influence the future of its development.

An accessibility software,

respectful of your privacy

by a community of volunteers


For the current version v1.1:

- Windows™ XP, Vista, Seven, 8.0, 8.1 et 10, in 32 and 64 bits
- the .NET 3.5+ framework
- a SAPI-type synthesis voice

Development progress

Currently only version v1.1 of 2015 is released. It's a stable version.
The next version, the v2, has not yet been released. After a long and hard background work in 2018, we are currently producing in-house alphas versions and are doing everything we can to provide a public version as soon as possible.

  • Mail2Voice-Next is launched

    After 2015 years punctuated beautiful satisfactions for the project, 2016 begins very well with very concrete projections and enhanced team.

    The activity of Mail2Voice the year 2015 was rather intense.
    We conducted 9 conferences in communication actions, demonstrations or training. On these occasions we meet our users, their families, caregivers, professionals but also developers. We appreciate these moments of exchange because this is our opportunity to collect your thoughts and your needs, and ask questions that advance.
    Secondly and most importantly, we [...]


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  • Mail2Voice at the Capitole du Libre in Toulouse

    On Sunday 19th November at 2.30pm at the Capitole du Libre in Toulouse we will present the progress and objectives of the new version of Mail2Voice.

    Since the first version we have done a lot of hard work and we are starting to see the results: internally we already have the first beta of this v2.
    Always based on our accessibility concepts making our fundamentals, we will open it to other needs for other audiences (dys)...


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