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To: rfc-info@ISI.EDU Subject: getting rfcs help: ways_to_get_rfcsWhere help: ways_to_get_rfcs is the CONTENT (body) of your mail.
To: rfc-info@rfc-editor Retrieve: RFC Doc-ID: RFCnnnnwhere you don't need a subject and the two lines Retrieve: RFC and Doc-ID: RFCnnnn will be the body (content) of your mail. Note that "nnnn" refers to the number of the RFC (always use 4 digits - the DOC-ID of RFC 822 is therefore "RFC0822").
Length: 3500 Width: 40this will cause the page to be formatted as best we can at 40 characters wide, and sent back in multiple messages of no more than 3500 characters (this would leave room for any header that your mail service may add to the message, yet would still keep you under a 4K "limit").
Subject: WHOIS: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo have the page sent back to an HTML- enabled mail reader, like Netscape Messenger, include the directive HTML: in the body of the e-mail message. This will allow you to view the page as a web page within your mail reader instead of a text message. This request would look something like this:
URL: http://www.searchlores.org/accmail.htm HTML:Note that this will ONLY work if your mailer is HTML-enabled.
This is an email-only service: send a null (blank) mail message to email@example.com with a subject line saying info wordserver
To save you the trouble, here is the help file:
This is an auto reply to your message to the wordserver at firstname.lastname@example.org which provides following services:
You can use any of these services by sending the commands mentioned below. Note that the commands should be in the subject line and not in the body of the message. The body of the message is ignored. If you encounter any problems, do not hesitate to contact me.
Send messages to: email@example.com and use any of the following commands in the subject of the message (one command only per message)
Commands for A.Word.A.Day
To subscribe to A.Word.A.Day, the subject line should read:subscribe yourfirstname yourlastname
To unsubscribe from A.Word.A.Day, the subject line should read:unsubscribe
To know more about A.Word.A.Day, the subject line should read:info A.Word.A.Day
Commands for Dictionary/by/Mail
To use the Dictionary/by/Mail, make the subject line as:define myword
where myword is the word whose definition you want to find out. Please note that the word should be in lower case.
To know more about Dictionary/by/mail, make the subject line as:info Dictionary/by/mail
Commands for Thesaurus/by/Mail
To use the Thesaurus/by/Mail, make the subject line as:synonym myword
where myword is the word whose synonyms you want to find out. Please note that the word should be in lower case.
To know more about Thesaurus/by/mail, make the subject line as:info Thesaurus/by/mail
Anagrams (per email and on the web)
(see above how to email the Dictionary Acronym and Thesaurus Server)
Commands for Anagram/by/Mail
To find out anagrams of a word, make the subject line as:anagram myword
where myword is the word whose anagrams you want to find out.
To know more about Anagram/by/mail, make the subject line as:info Anagram/by/mail
Of course you can find on the web more advanced anagram servers, for instance at http://wordsmith.org/anagram/advanced.html
Moreover I found this email in my boxes...
I have an interesting search engine for you, which I developed on my own:
It´s called *Quick, and is available on
You can use it online and offline (Linux and Windows) to search for acronyms, translation of words, ...
And it has a very low noise rate ;-)
Just try it, download it, and include it in searchlores if you want.
Many greetings, Philipp Gühring (p.guehring(at)futureware(dot)at)
Ein netter Kerl, and he also gives you his (good) sourcecode!
Indeed, anagrams are not confined to english...
FRENCH & DUTCH: http://www.ssynth.co.uk/~gay/anagram.html
NORWEGIAN & SPANISH http://www.mi.uib.no/~ingeke/anagram/index_eng.html
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