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Receiving Web documents as e-mail attachment allows you to save and re-use the Web document; specially for a later search of the Internet.
For example to retrieve some Web pages of The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics Web server in Trieste, Italy, send an e-mail
To: email@example.com Subject: (... whatever you like) and write (one or up to 5 requests) in the body of the e-mail: http://www.ictp.trieste.it/ http://www.collaborium.org ...
www4mail will reply with the requested Web document as an e-mail
attachment which you can visualize with any standard Web browser like
Netscape, Internet explorer, Lynx, etc. Therein, the original
page layout (tables, colours, etc) will be preserved (see picture).
You can obtain interest messages by selecting the respective
buttons and clicking the `
Get Selected Document(s)' button at the
footer of the Web page (as shown in the next picture)
to make a new, single e-mail request to
If you want to retrieve the original, unmodified HTML sources as an e-mail attachment which you can visualize it with any standard Web browser like Netscape, Internet explorer, Lynx, etc, then type:
TSOURCEURLs' as you need within the body of your message to
www4mail, but write one `
TSOURCEURL' per line.