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Some compatibility with alternative "Agora" and "GetWeb"
server is also possible via
you can also retrieve Web pages (converted into text) in the body of
a message if you prefer so.
For the previous example, send an e-mail
To: email@example.com Subject: (... whatever you like) and write in the body of the e-mail any of the following options: GET http://www.ictp.trieste.it/ or SEND http://www.ictp.trieste.it/
Then to continue navigating the Web using
another e-mail message to:
and specify the URL(s) you need as in the above example.
If you want to retrieve the unmodified HTML sources in the body of an e-mail message, write any of the following options:
GET SOURCE http://www.ictp.trieste.it/ or, simply, SOURCE http://www.ictp.trieste.it/
In case your e-mail reader does not support MIME, you can get
www4mail filtered HTML sources
in the body of an e-mail message, by using the following option:
You can list up to 5 `
XSOURCE URLs' as you need within
the body of your message to
www4mail, but write one
XSOURCE URL' per line.