A 'box' refers to a computer, as in a Unix box, a Linux box, an NT box, etc. I didn't see the original email, but it might be possible to do what he describes if you have a shell account(telnet access to a command line(which is like a DOS prompt) unix based interface). Hope this helps, -- Martin McCarthy I know you had to lie to me, I know you had to cheat. You learned it on your father's knee And at your mother's feet. But did you have to fight your way Across the burning street When all our vital interests lay A thousand kisses deep. - Leonard Cohen > From: "Lisa Frost" <lisa at koolfish.com> > Reply-To: thelist at lists.evolt.org > Date: Fri, 8 Jun 2001 09:37:23 +0700 > To: "the list" <thelist at lists.evolt.org> > Subject: [thelist] RE: > > Daniel wrote: If you have access to a Unix box with sendmail, a *very* easy > way to do > it is like so: Create a file called mail.html with contents something > like this: > > dumb question coming: how do you know if you have access to a unix box? Does > this mean where your email pop3 account is held? > > Also all those lines of header code. Where do you put those? There are no > fields for this that I can see straight away in Outlook. So where are they > hidden or am I supposed to be writing this in something else? > > And where is the command line? > > Sorry, email is not my strong point! > > Thanks > > Lisa. > > Ps. Thanks to everyone who has replied with suggestions. This will be a > small learning project for the weekend! > > > --------------------------------------- > For unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: > http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !