The Bible is full of moments where God speaks to prophets or to groups of people. But beyond the Bible God is said to speak to others in the Talmud and even later Jewish lore. Other religions are able to make statements about when God's speech or prophecy ended. Christians say it ended with Jesus, and Muslims say it ended with Muhammed.
So my question is, according to Judaism, when was the last time God spoke to man?
Update: People have been asking if by God speaking I'm talking about prophecy or God's holy spirit. I'm not necessarily talking about either of those. I'm referring to the fact that even after the close of the Bible there continue to be stories about divine voices or statements that God said to certain Rabbis. Are these actually considered God talking? Or are we supposed to take them metaphorically and all agree that God stopped speaking to mankind after Haggai, Zaechariah, and Malachi?