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From: Bob Thomson <aa105@freenet.carleton.ca>
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 1995 13:46:58 GMT
Message-Id: <DCDnMA.H3K@freenet.carleton.ca>
Does anyone know if there is a way to access home page material
(ie. html files) by email?  This would be similar to gophermail,
which allows someone with only email access to "the Internet" to 
send a message to the gopher host and get a catalogue of all the
text documents under a certain gopher menu and then send a second
(or third or fourth, etc.) to get 'document x'.

I have set up a fair trade information/archive service at
'http://antenna.nl/fairtrade' and would like to make the material 
available to trading partners in the Third World who only have access
to email and not SLIP or even TELNET.

I'd appreciate any references to sources of help in this area.

Bob Thomson
Managing Director
Fair TradeMark Canada
(A non-profit company promoting fair trade through the licensing
of a fair trade label to products which meet the criteria of an
international fair trade certification body.)

Bob Thomson, Managing Director    - Promoting fairness in trade.
Fair TradeMark Canada             - Member of TransFair International
Tel (613) 563-3351 Fax 567-1468   - Licensing a fair trade label to ensure
Email: bthomson@web.apc.org         justice for consumers and producers
Received on Thursday, 27 July 1995 09:47:33 UTC

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