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Speak Freely

Speak Freely is a 100% free Internet telephone for Windows and UNIX, originally written by John Walker, founder of Autodesk. Some of Speak Freely's basic features include encryption, the answering machine, selectable compression, ICQ Integration, and conference mode.

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  •  08 Dec 2003 19:17

    Release Notes: NAT friendliness, audio rate correction, use of random devices, and fixes for all known security vulnerabilities.

    •  15 Nov 1999 00:14

      Release Notes: The ability to save Answering Machine messages to .WAV files, a Quick Start Guide for beginners, a Money Saved indicator, and an IP Address display.

      Recent comments

      08 Dec 2003 06:42 jpoehlmann

      Last info for this project is here
      To find the last version
      and
      actual information
      please visit the
      End of Live Statement (http://www.fourmilab.ch/speakfree/eol/) and the
      maintenance project (https://sourceforge.net/projects/speak-freely/)

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