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Offline FamilyMan Reading Elfhunter by C S Marks
19 Jan 2011, 02:01 PM | Post: #1

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Push a web page to your Kindle

This post was last modified: 19 Jan 2011 02:02 PM by FamilyMan.
Details here but you need to use the Chrome browser.

"To get it to work, Kindle users first need to enter their Kindle's registered email into the extension, then add kindle@klip.me as an approved sender under Amazon's Kindle management page and add your Kindle's email address to the extension settings.

Once you're done, clicking the extension's icon will give you a live preview of how the article will appear on your Kindle and provide you with a "Send" button that will send it to your Kindle. Just make sure Wi-Fi or your Whispernet connection is activated on your device so it has no trouble getting there."
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Offline TheKindleWorm Reading The Last Battle
19 Jan 2011, 04:46 PM | Post: #2

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RE: Push a web page to your Kindle

I did read about this and it looks very good except for the fact that I'm just too into FireFox to want to switch to Chrome - I did try Chrome not so long back but it just didn't gel with me.

So for anyone who wants this type of functionality but who doesn't use (or want to use) Chrome as a web browser, here are a few alternative ideas:

http://www.kinworm.com...
Offline Serggg
28 Mar 2011, 08:20 AM | Post: #3

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you may also try SENDtoREADER, it works well in Chrome, FF, Safari and Opera as a bookmarklet. And, unlike others, it retains all images that are part of the text you send to your Kindle .
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Offline greenmoss
30 Jun 2011, 10:42 AM | Post: #4

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(28 Mar 2011 08:20 AM)Serggg Wrote:  you may also try SENDtoREADER, it works well in Chrome, FF, Safari and Opera as a bookmarklet. And, unlike others, it retains all images that are part of the text you send to your Kindle .
This would be an outstanding service to many. However, I have spent lots of time trying to get this to work. Amazon say that I cannot send emails to my Kindle within the UK - I'm not convinced of this.
I've added the SENDtoREADER bookmark to firefox and included kindle@sendtoreader.com to the Approved Personal Document E-mail List.
What more is needed to get this to work?
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Offline Serggg
30 Jun 2011, 11:23 AM | Post: #5

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(30 Jun 2011 10:42 AM)greenmoss Wrote:  ... Amazon say that I cannot send emails to my Kindle within the UK - I'm not convinced of this. I've added the SENDtoREADER bookmark to firefox and included kindle@sendtoreader.com to the Approved Personal Document E-mail List.
What more is needed to get this to work?

add your own email address to the Approved Personal Document E-mail List and try to send (as attachement) a txt file to your kindle email address. If your wifi settings on Kindle are correct and wifi is ON (or if you are using 3G delivery), you should receive that txt in several minutes. Please let me know about the result.
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30 Jun 2011, 07:49 PM | Post: #6

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(30 Jun 2011 11:23 AM)Serggg Wrote:  
(30 Jun 2011 10:42 AM)greenmoss Wrote:  ... Amazon say that I cannot send emails to my Kindle within the UK - I'm not convinced of this. I've added the SENDtoREADER bookmark to firefox and included kindle@sendtoreader.com to the Approved Personal Document E-mail List.
What more is needed to get this to work?

add your own email address to the Approved Personal Document E-mail List and try to send (as attachement) a txt file to your kindle email address. If your wifi settings on Kindle are correct and wifi is ON (or if you are using 3G delivery), you should receive that txt in several minutes. Please let me know about the result.
Thank you for your reply. Yes I have done as you suggested - but to no avail. My Kindle has not received the attached file. The WiFi is on and I can receive ebooks from Amazon. I really do appreciate your input.
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Offline Serggg
01 Jul 2011, 04:10 AM | Post: #7

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(30 Jun 2011 07:49 PM)greenmoss Wrote:  Thank you for your reply. Yes I have done as you suggested - but to no avail. My Kindle has not received the attached file. The WiFi is on and I can receive ebooks from Amazon. I really do appreciate your input.
did you read this page: http://www.amazon.co.uk... ? Maybe the instructions published there will help... please let me know.
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01 Jul 2011, 11:52 AM | Post: #8

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(01 Jul 2011 04:10 AM)Serggg Wrote:  
(30 Jun 2011 07:49 PM)greenmoss Wrote:  Thank you for your reply. Yes I have done as you suggested - but to no avail. My Kindle has not received the attached file. The WiFi is on and I can receive ebooks from Amazon. I really do appreciate your input.
did you read this page: http://www.amazon.co.uk... ? Maybe the instructions published there will help... please let me know.

Thank you again. I have managed to get it working with your help. Many thanks.
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