||ePop Video Mail Server
A customizable video mail recording, storage, delivery, and playback solution.
Video mail messages are evolving as a
replacement for text messages and offer online communities
a value-added feature for their subscriber base. The ePop
Video Mail Server (VMS) enables an organization to deploy
video messaging services so users can record, preview, and
exchange video mail messages with each other. Messages are
recorded using a desktop webcam and are stored on the server
in each user's video mailbox. ePop VMS can be integrated into
any website, online community, or portal. ePop VMS can be
deployed on its own or in conjunction with ePop Video Suite
components to form a complete Internet video communications
- Server-Based Video Mail
ePop VMS stores and delivers messages from a central server.
Each user is given access to their messages through a video
- Customizable Web Client
Users do not need to install a separate video mail client since the client and controls are downloaded as part of a web page.
- Secure Video Mail Delivery
ePop VMS requires each user to authenticate themselves
to the server before accessing their video mailbox or sending
- Video Mailbox Management
Users login to their mailbox to view, reply, forward and delete video mail messages. Video mail messages can be viewed by anyone regardless of whether they have a webcam or not.
- E-mail Message Delivery
Users can choose to send an e-mail message to another user to notify them of a new video mail message.
- Standalone Video Mail Solution
ePop VMS can be deployed on its own for organizations
that simply want to add video mail capabilities to a web
site or online community. Peer-to-peer live video, text
messaging, and video broadcasting capabilities can be added
through other components of ePop Video Suite.
- Administration Features
Administrators can perform account management features like password resets, and enable or disable specific features for individuals or groups of users.
- System Reporting Tools
Administrators can track important data regarding video mail use. This includes tracking the number and length of video mail messages, bandwidth consumption, and individual user activity.