Searching LO & the Web LO7584

John Paul Fullerton (
Wed, 22 May 1996 23:32:25 +0000

Replying to LO7505 --

I said

> Please give me comments. "Thank You" is a nice note to receive,
> though I don't want to limit Your options!

This wasn't fishing for compliments. Sorry! Earlier it said, "Thank
You" isn't too mundane, meaning simple comments were welcome!

Here's another option for receiving the words from the file without
WWW access.

Send an email note to
As the message, type

I Use the same data (from the message) for the subject line; however,
I don't think typing the subject is required. The response email from
the webmail server should be easy to understand.

That server should send You the data at the WWW address (URL). The
service could be used for other URL's also. There's a limit of 50
URL requests per day. The email response includes some additional
information and two versions of the document. The first version is an
html copy with html tags; the second should be a UUENCODED version of
the file. When it is UUDECODED, it seems to be near the simple text
version of the data. Some mail readers have UUDECODE options.

Have a nice day
John Paul Fullerton


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