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Voice –Based E-Mail (V-Mail) for blind

@inproceedings{Priya2015VoiceE,
  title={Voice –Based E-Mail (V-Mail) for blind},
  author={Hari Priya},
  year={2015}
}
Currently, visually challenged people are not able to use computers on their own mainly because keyboards are not user-friendly to them. With advancement in technology, these people find themselves technologically more challenged. This is true especially in the case of social networking, which these people cannot do without external help. Voice-Mail architecture helps blind people to access e-mail and other multimedia functions. Nowadays, the advancement made in computer technology has opened… 

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