You can send Meant.It from http://meant.it
or from email. The only differences are:
- Meant.It sent from the webpage has 'anonymous' as sender
- To email Meant.It, just send to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, etc.
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sends a 'thank' Meant.It to end point associated with email@example.com
- Sends a 'thank' Meant.It to end point associated with globally known name hello kitty
- Sends a 'thank' Meant.It to end point associated a nickname specific to you, my_kitty
The following characters have special meaning that you can use to convey to Meant.It.
- : exiplicitly indicates a Personally Identifiable Information (pii) (required if no nickname)
- :hello kitty:
- The first email encountered is recipient pii
- ; encloses a Long Message (optional)
- Tags (optional) are used to describe the receiver
- ' or " encloses tags with spaces
- Message Type is derived from the destination email address, e.g., firstname.lastname@example.org (see message type).
- Nickname (required if no pii), the first tag not enclosed by " or ' and is not a message type is used as nickname
Thus, any of the following sends a 'thank' message (if you select email@example.com)
- :hello_kitty ;hello hello kitty; cat white 'red ribbon'
- :hello kitty: ;hello hello kitty; white "red ribbon" cat
- firstname.lastname@example.org ;hello hello kitty; "red ribbon" white cat
- ;hello hello kitty; "red ribbon" my_kitty white cat