The Bottom Line
riteMail makes it great fun and practical to send handwritten emails and drawings.
Unfortunately, riteMail lacks a searchable message archive.
riteMail is no longer available.
- riteMail offers easy to use handwritten email
- Ideal for sketches, plans, maps, graphs and more
- Works for almost everybody
- You must be online to write or read riteMail messages
- Message can't be searched
- riteMail email cannot be stored locally
- riteMail lets you send handwritten emails from any Java-enabled browser.
- riteMail is also available for Pocket PC and Palm.
- Naturally supports every written language.
- riteMail allows you to include sketches and paintings and assists you with drawing perfect geometrical shapes instantly.
- View received riteMail messages directly in many email clients or open them in any Java-enabled browser.
- riteMail requires any Java-enabled operating system, Palm OS or Pocket PC.
Guide Review - riteMail - Email Program
Email is mostly text. Sure, you can attach images, but this is merely a crutch if you want to send a quick sketch of how you can be reached by train, for example, and something written by hand still looks a lot more personal.
Something written by hand like a riteMail message. Using an easy to use Java applet, riteMail allows you to send handwritten emails, sketches and drawings from any browser. The clever system used by riteMail will even recognize when you want to draw geometrical shapes and make them perfect. On the recipient's end is a Java applet, too, or an image if Java doesn't work.
Sending and receiving riteMail is great fun, but you lose one of email's biggest assets: searching riteMail messages for information can be difficult.