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The mail must be in plain ASCII in all its parts.

Compulsory Subject line:  
Subject: Ocean Loading Tides

Compulsory text on yellow background.

The text must end with a long sequence of minus-signs (NEW!)
reason for change: The MyEmail line has frequently been lost in the processing

The equal-sign after a keyword must be surrounded by one whitespace left and right.

ReplyTo = email@addr.ess  is optional (NEW!).  
Its purpose is to distinguish the return address for results (MyEmail) and diagnostic notifications.
In the case that results are not read by human beings, the ReplyTo address would report to one.  

The Header line must be exact (a test against spam will weed out all mail not exactly reading like this).

The Station lines:
You can follow the instructions on the web to fit the columns.

Stations =
NAME1                      coordinate1       coordinate2    coordinate3
NAME2                      coordinate1       coordinate2    coordinate3\n
\n = <RET><LF>
On a UNIX/Linux system you can use
printf "%-24s %15.3f %15.3f %15.3f\n" $name $x $y $z

An alternative, shorter column structure  is: (NEWEST!!)
NAME coordinate1 coordinate2 coordinate3\n
ABCD_DOMENUMBR -1234567.890 -1234567.890 -1234567.890\n
1234567.890 1234567.890 1234567.890\n 
         1         2         3         4         5  
up to 55 characters in length, parameters separated by exactly one blankspace (no TAB characters please!), and ending with a line feed.
If you need to specify a monument code, please use the underscore-character to abut it (NEWEST!!)
Reason for change: Some mail composers appear to add other kinds of ASCII codes than the standard blankspace DEC32
Some users need domes identifiers. The underscore is for decoding purposes; in the result file, the two parts are split apart. 

The first station line can also appear in the keyword line, as 
Stations = NAME coordinate1 coordinate2 coordinate3\n 

You can specify XYZ in metre as in the example,
or longitude, latitude in degrees (decimal point format, not minutes' seconds"), and height in meter.
At maximum 100 sites can be processed in one request.

For  Model choose any of the following:

AG06    CSR4.0    EOT08a   FES94.1  FES2014b GOT99.2b  HAMTIDE   TPXO.6.2  TPXO.7.2
DTU10   CSR3.0    EOT11a   FES95.2  FES2012  GOT00.2   NAO.99b   TPXO.5    TPXO.7.1
                  EOT20    FES98    FES2004  GOT4.7    Schwiderski         TPXO.7.0
                           FES99                                           TPXO8

(check with the drop-down menu on the main page for recently added models).

For  LoadingType choose any of the following
      displacement .
      nanoms2           (gravity and tilt in units nm/s2 and nrad)
      mgal               (gravity in units of mGal) (deprecated)

GreensF choose among
     mc00egbc                       elastic Gutenbeerg-Bullen earth model
     STW105          PREM anelastic, frequency-independent Q

For CMC choose any of the following
      0                   (reference origin is solid earth centre)
      1                   (reference origin is joint mass centre earth+ocean)

For OutputFormat choose any of the following

If you like to see plots of the near-field coastline resolution, add a line
       Plot = 1
preferably before the station information. After processing you will find them here.

If you send mail from UNIX/LINUX using sendmail:
sendmail -t < request.txt
where request.txt  starts with
From : your@address
Note the blankspace after "From". Continue as above with  "Subject:"  etc.