Abstract: One of the necessities for daily life is now the internet. Through the internet, knowledge and information are broadly accessible to all people. However, blind individuals have trouble reading these text resources and utilizing any online service. The development of computer-based accessible solutions has greatly expanded the opportunities available to the blind worldwide. Blind persons have benefited greatly from using audio feedback-based virtual environments such as screen readers in accessing online apps. We outline the architecture of the voicemail system so that a blind person can effectively and readily access emails. Audio-based environments, screen readers, and many other features have helped blind individuals to take advantage of the workspace. Private information must now be sent via email. One technological tool that aids in corporate facilitating communication and enabling users to send emails to one another. The main objective is to develop an email system that is voice-based for those who are visually challenged or blind, enabling them to send and get emails on a computer. It will leverage the latest features to produce an atmosphere that is advantageous for visually pushed individuals to work without assistance from outside sources.

Keywords: Accessibility, Computer-based accessible solutions, Audio feedback-based virtual environments, Audio-based environments.

Prof. Vikas Nandgaonkar, Siddhant Mane, Soniya Bhoite, Mansi Kakade, Prajwal Bhosale, "A Review on Voice-Based Email System for Visually Impaired", IJARCCE International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, vol. 13, no. 1, 2024, Crossref https://doi.org/10.17148/IJARCCE.2024.13110.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2024.13110

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