Una forma de navegar por e-mail
Por cierto el capullo (lo conozco personalmente a sí que le puedo llamar capullo con conocimiento de causa) de stallman navega así.
www4mail is an open source application, that allows you to navigate off-line and search the whole Internet via electronic mail (e-mail) by using any standard Web browser and a MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Exchange) aware e-mail program. E-mail messages sent to www4mail servers get automatically passed to your e-mail agent when you select (one or more) buttons that link to other Web documents within a requested Web page. There are many options available for user quota statistics, e-mail uuencoding reply, etc. A few of these are described in the
- delivers most types of Web documents (with a variety of HTML tags, (java)scripts, cookies and metatags; handles dynamical contents, frames, etc).
- Parses HTML (text) and source HTML.
- Preserves the original layout of the requested Web pages.
- Retrieves information from FTP sites, USENET news servers:
(i.e., ftp://site/path/file and gopher://site/path/file).
- Supports Web Forms (GET or POST) to conduct Web database searches. (When posting it is also possible to have a URL containing a ? sign).
- Sends replies as e-mail attachments, or in the body of an e-mail message depending on the type of request (options) sent by the e-mail client through the Web browser.
- Handles MetaTags. That is, if a web page is re-directed or re-located by the use of a META statement, www4mail automatically warn you about the possible re-location of the information and provided suitable links for the new location at the top of the reply page.
- Handles FRAMES. When a requested document contains frames, www4mail inserts suitable links to each framed document.
- Supports user authentication for password-protected Web/FTP sites.
- Error messages such as password & username required are trapped by www4mail and sent back to the user.
- Web pages that are entirely dynamic (i.e., created on-the-fly) are also supported. But the page content varies with different browsers.
- Provides support for text only access for compatibility with the alternative "Agora" and "GetWeb" Web-Mail servers.
- Serves filtered requests to reduce bandwidth. Transfer of binary data is also supported.
- Supports MIME, the Internet standard for representing multipart and multimedia data in e-mail.
- Support uuencode as an alternative to MIME.
- Allows to retrieve PostScript and PDF versions of HTML pages.
- Allows to retrieve HTML documents having links for pictures or images.
- Allows to retrieve multi-lingual versions of HTML pages, where available.
- Allows encrypted https transactions.