Post by email

I will try this new “post by email” thing. This text and photo is send by email.

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It worked ´very well, ofcourse there are no tags or headline, and the photo are in a small size. But it could be usefull now and then.

(I have discovered that the headline will be whatever is written in  the “subject” line.)

 http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2009/05/12/post-by-email/

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10 comments so far

  1. DC on

    Very nice. The picture is small but I can still click on it and it will display a larger size on the next page.

  2. giiid on

    Thank you for participating in my little experiment 🙂 I was very glad to see your respons, as I know you have decided to stop blog for a while. Hopefully you will keep reading and commenting blogs.

  3. Gerry on

    Even with the email limitations you managed a lovely image!

  4. Ginger on

    The flower is beautiful. I’ve not tried this new feature yet, and I see that you can click to enlarge the photo, great for those blogging on the go.

  5. CheyAnne Sexton on

    hey there, your blog is as beautiful as ever. this is a great shot and I don’t understand where do it thru e.mail. If you can get to your e.mail, you can get to your blog, yes?
    peace n abundance
    CheyAnne

    • giiid on

      Yes. I think WordPress made this in particular for people who want to post a photo or comment via their mobilephone, by sending an email to the blog. From the computer, it still is a bit faster to send an email, eventualy with a photo, than start the wordpress rutine with log in ect. but for those who are not in such a hurry, and maybe even like to log in and what ever comes after, this will never be used. If you want to try it, you have to go and find your own secret mailadresse in: “MY BLOG”.

      http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2009/05/12/post-by-email/

  6. widi on

    Yes, “post by email” is work. BTW what is the name of the flower?

    • giiid on

      Very good, Widi. 🙂 I´m glad I could help. The flower is a Hibiscus (before it opens)- the national flower of Malaysia.

  7. Gaye Johnson Photography on

    Birgitte, thank you for this information. I will try it.


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