Yesterday I posted on mail2twitter, and mentioned how pleased I was to be able to use my mobile phone email.
Now that I can send my Twitter updates by email, my new issue is in receiving Twitter updates as email digests.
EmailTwitter.com is similar in that you can send Twitter updates from your phone, much the same as mail2twitter, an added option is that you can register, so you can make Twitter updates without having to enter your password and login in the subject line each time, something Stowe Boyd would be pleased to see.
The other nifty bonus is that when you receive your auto-reply email from EmailTwitter.com after making a tweet, it will not only notify that your tweet was successful, but it will also include the most recent tweet from your friends.
My question is, do I have to post in order to get the most recent tweets from my friends via the auto-reply, or can I just send a blank email in order to be emailed back my friends updates, ie. updates on demand, just like Gubb does with your lists.
I registered, which is great, now I can leave the subject line blank.
I also received an auto-reply with the most recent tweet from my friends, but only the last recent, what about the last 10 tweets.
The auto-reply didn’t work to good on my phone email, I got this error:
Your Twitter update was received. Here is the most recent Tweet from you or your friends:
[Tue Apr 03 00:53:54 +0000 2007] - “johnt”: This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
[ADDED 4/04/07: EmailTwitter.com now has email updates on demand and direct messages]