SOL

Saya tidak sedang membahas Saint Of Relic (btw, gimana tuh progressnya? Kok sepertinya stagnant?) tidak juga tentang sol sepatu. Yang ingin saya ulas, adalah SOL dalam istilah email, yang merupakan singkatan dari: Sorry, One Liner.

Ada apa dengan SOL? Well, seingat saya, awalnya menggunakan SOL, karena dulu (duluuuuuuuuu banget) benwit itu mahal. Jadi, usahakan untuk tidak membuang2 benwit untuk email yang tidak penting. Sehingga, sering kali digunakan SOL untuk menambahkan/sebagai permisi kalau isi email memang pendek.

Masalahnya, benwit sekarang ini, tidak lagi seperti 15 tahun yang lalu. Memang, masih tidak bisa disamakan dengan benwit di kantor google. But, still, koneksi sekarang sudah cukup bagus. Makanya, saya sedikit merasa aneh, kalau masih tetap banyak menggunakan SOL. Kalau pesannya memang hanya satu baris, ya sudah, wes ben, jar no, so be it. Kenapa juga harus minta maaf?

Just my 2 cents.

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Avoid SPAM With Disposable Inbox

There are so many new web applications today. Some with good intention while others have bad behavior. Things like email harvest, etc. How do we avoid this? Easy, there are services out there that act as temporary inbox which help us register to new services and applications.

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Converting Standard Email to HTML files

One day, I need to convert my emails to HTML files. First thing to do is getting File Extension Email from my emails. After googling around I found a software that can run like a POP server in my desktop, retrieving my .eml file extension from my Outlook Express. Sometimes Outlook Express only have .email files, but it can simply renamed as .eml so it can be retrieved. All I need to do is point my email client to this server and check my email. Then, File Extension Email is simply downloaded and ready to be converted.

Next thing to do is converting those .eml files to HTML files so it can be easier to use. With emltohtml I can just point to the folder where I put my .eml files and it simply return html files output. I can review the details of my email with this output, and even upload it to internet or intranet web site. In this form of files, email can be more friendly to look at.

Actually, emltohtml does read RFC-822 compliant email files, that normally have the .eml file extension. It then creates html files, links and copies the emails and also extracts the attachment. It simply reads and convert all from the emails.

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