Re: HTML(+)-editor available?

Dave_Raggett <>
From: Dave_Raggett <>
Message-id: <>
Subject: Re: HTML(+)-editor available?
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 93 12:08:47 GMT
Mailer: Elm [revision:]
Content-Length: 1889
> Dave, could you be so kind as to list some of these conversion programs and 
> their locations, esp. the WinWord -> HTML converter, for those of us with 
> only mail access to the Internet?  FTP-by-mail is so tedious (but it DOES 
> work)...

Rich Brandwein has collected info on converter/filter
software, see

I will summarise his data for word processors (he has data for other
filters as well, including program language filters, man page, FAQ and
Mail filters).

To get an HTML document via email, e.g.

You should email with a message which looks like:


Make sure the first line starts with the SEND command (no leading spaces).
There is a 1000 line limit on any returned file and please don't abuse
this facility.


MS Word RTF :

    rtftohtml ( [[excellent - requires ...]]

    rtftohtml ( [[outdated?]]

Word Perfect : [[word perfect 5.1 filter]]

FrameMaker MIF :

    more info at

TROFF : [[good]]

LATEX : [[state of the art in filters]]

Texinfo :