Firstly, we can provide you with a couple of HELP documents which
you may want to study before you send in your own "handwritten"
General HELP file which covers all aspects of the mailserver
Specialized HELP text for MOVIES releated features
Informations on how to access the RATINGS systems in detail
Problems UUDECODING the pictures received from the mailserver?
Klick the of all documents you want to get! You'll receive those
files via EMail in a few hours! We still don't have direct Internet access, so that's the
only way ...
If you want to request any data on a movie from Bollywood or from the Indian
sub-continent, please enter a couple of letters in one of the boxes. The input will
be forwarded as a search pattern to the database. It could be a
movie title, the name
of an actor/actress, a member of the crew, a playback singer or even a few words
from a song ...
This will use quite an ordinary search method
In this case the search is based on phonetic language
In return you'll receive a couple (hope so) of entries from the database. The list
of entries might be a bit long if you haven't been too specific. While making up
your own requests you can use more complex requesting patterns - klick HELP MOVIES
above to learn how!
Klick here to receive SUMMARIES on the requested movies as well.
Name of an actor, actress or any staff member
NOTE: It's almost certain that the list will not be complete! Please
maintainer about all missing entries you know of!
Klick the button to obtain that list of pictures
If you've got the
list already and you want to get a specific picture, please
type the name(for instance mdx14.jpg) in the box below ...
Only one picture at a time, please!
In case you don't have the list handy, let me recomment a few very nice shots!
Juhi Chawla in QSQT
Juhi Chawla in SAAJAN KA GHAR
Madhuri Dixit in YARAANA
Madhuri Dixit in RAJKUMAR
Ramya in PARAMPARA
Mahima on TV
The figure (1) stands for a lousy movie (i.e. "trash", don't watch),
the number (10) makes it the best movie ever made!
Request an article or a selected list
The mailserver is not able to create a complete list of all articles, so you
have to enter a search pattern/selection key which might be the name of the
autor, the date (in quotation marks!) or the subject of an article/thread.
To obtain an article, simply enter it's number ...
The FULLTEXT option allows to widen the searched area from the mere Subject
header field to the entire RAMLI article (header, messagebody, signature).
To actually obtain an article, you have to use the ARTICLE keyword as described
Initiate a full text search
If you need help on this issue, klick General HELP a couple of lines above!
Coward! This is not the place to hesitate! Klick the Submit button
There's no commercial background, no fees to be afraid of, no punishment for making
mistakes - just fun!
NOTE: Don't expect anything to happen after you've klicked the Submit button!
Of course, behind the scenes a massive activity will start off - your browser will create
a mail and forward it to the mailserver. The answer will be in your maildrop in a few hours!