Rediff has launched a new service called webinmail that enables one to receive webpages in their inbox. All you need to do is send a command in the subject (e.g. website url, google:<query>) to browse@webinmail.com

The received email will convert hyperlinks to email links, so that you can request subsequent pages as well.

Well, a similar service (called web2mail) was quite popular in the early days of web – I am not really sure what Rediff is trying to achieve via this service.

Maybe, whole lot of Indian companies have blocked Internet (Infosys blocked pluGGd.in) and a service like this can be useful to these users.

What’s your opinion?

[via centernetworks]

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