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Mime encapulation from the html script?

From: David Stickney <david@wvb.gomel.by>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 95 10:29:06 +0400
To: www-html@w3.org
Message-Id: <ABoE86maz4@wvb.gomel.by>

    A (Perhaps Foolish) Question, Is there a way use MIME in HTML so that
when someone mails from a Web page there can be an encapsulation?

    I want to know from which page a piece of mail was sent, for example
when the person to whom the mail was sent recieves it, there would be a
message from the page so that we know where it comes from. like this;

Received: from localhost (localhost)
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 195 02:06:19 -040
From: Santa@list.North_Pole.np
Subject: Just Checking
Mesage-Id: <19507270606.CA04050>
To: david%wvb.gomel.by@brc.minsk.by
Mime-Version: 1.0

This is a MIME-encapsulated mesage
---This page was sent to you from <somehtml.file> on the web site,
Dear David,
    I was was just checking the list, (twice). Did you still want a I.P.
connection in Belarus for Christmas?


How I'm developing, I don't have any Idea what is on the server, because it's
not mine, and my buddy is not around for comment. I would Idealy want to just
ba able to stick a couple of lines in the script to do this <How does it feel
to want, yes?>, I'm using Netscape to View the pages, and do not have any type
of internet access, (aside from an email gateway from Relcom) :(  ...


David Stickney C/O: World Vision International, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine              
Tel (7) (0232) 55-00-17 Fax 55-06-23   246050 P.O. BOX 346  Gomel,  Belarus
david%wvb.gomel.by@brc.minsk.by  <= Eto nye internet rebyatta, vot Relcom...
Received on Friday, 28 July 1995 05:12:37 UTC

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