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Multipage WikiMail

Compose and read mail using a WIKI type syntax
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You can easily add links, lists and tables, using your favorite WIKI text. Also making email into a "multi page" email app. Instead of saving files with versions to a WIKI you create new pages in your WIKI folder and then send them. Upon being recieved they create a WIKI replica in your safeguarded WIKIMail repository.
pashute, Feb 27 2006

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       Wow, talk about totally missing the point of Wiki.
jutta, Feb 27 2006
  

       No, I'm talking about the missing points of email. (or is post-Wiki email obsolete?)
pashute, Feb 27 2006
  

       Another advantage is that to set up a WIKI you need to have a server and install the WIKI on the server. (I have a few, but most of the people on the web, including milions of non-techies, do not.)   

       With the Wikimail, you could easily set sections of your incoming WIKI to become a personal WIKI, that can be edited as long as you are online. You can then replicate your Wikimail to a server so its always online.
pashute, Mar 10 2006
  
      
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