Barry O'Donovan said on Wed, Sep 08, 2004 at 02:59:06PM +0100:
> It's as easy as this:
>> text2gif -t "name at domain.com" | convert -border 1x1 -bordercolor
> "#000000" -negate - png:name.png
>Neat. Pretty useless for people who read mail with
mutt/elm/pine/mh/whateverthehell, and don't want to be bothered saving and
then viewing images.
I always find that a tiny CGI on your webserver, which when hit issues a 302
redirect to a mailto: link works a treat. That way, console/ssh nerds can just
curl the URI to see the mail address.
- DoC (http://www.redbrick.dcu.ie/cgi-bin/writemail.pl?username=doc)
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