Send Text to Voice from the email
Here you get help to get started sending Voice-SMS from email. No installation needed.
Voice-SMS are read-out SMS that can be sent to mobile phones and landlines that are unable to receive a text message. The message is read out by a synthetic voice.
Send easy to one or many
Enter recipients in the “To-field”, it is fine to send to many at the same time, just like when you send regular emails. Add the prefix 999 in front of the number, followed by @esms.nu.
Type your message and click on Send, and the recipients will receive your message within a couple of seconds!
If you often send to the same people, you can save them among your regular email contacts, they work like regular email addresses.
Send to an address book
If you have saved an address book in the Toolbox on the web and saved the recipients’ numbers with the prefix 999, you can easily send a voice-SMS to the address book directly from your email, you do not have to log in to the web every time. Simply enter the address book’s unique email address in the “To-field” and send your message as usual.
The address book’s unique email address can be found under Resources in the Toolbox, where you can also see who is registered as a writer and authorized to send to the address book’s members. If it is your address book, you are usually also a writer.
Have in mind that the address book has its own settings for what messages look like when they are sent to the recipient.
Send to many with broadcast
If you have many recipients, it may be easier to put their number directly in the email, then you address the email to firstname.lastname@example.org instead, and after the message you add the code word DistriButionList (spelled exactly that way) then followed by the recipients’ numbers with the prefix 999.
If you add a semicolon (;) after the number, you can also add the recipient’s name. The name is then visible in your logs and it may be easier to follow up if any message can’t be delivered.
We support 18 languages
The language is selected based on the recipient’s country code. You can also specify the desired language in the message, see the example below. If you send to a country for which we do not have language support, English will be selected automatically.
Important: Remember that your text is not translated. If the message is to be read out in Finnish, your message must be written in Finnish.
This is what a message might look like when you have actively selected the prefix language:
danish: Denne meddelelse er læst i dansk
The short language code (in parentheses in the list below) can also be used. It might look like this: zh-tw: 正體字
We support the following languages:
The only way to choose traditional Chinese (zh-tw) and Catalan (ca) is with prefixes because there is no specific country code.