Up until now, using rss2email has been confined to the UNIX or Windows command line. Most of the time, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. However, if you need to remove a few feeds from your list, it can be a pain to find every feed’s number and then delete them in the correct order (i.e. reverse numerical order). Otherwise you accidentally delete the wrong feeds.
So to remedy this and give a command-line tool a prettier face, we’ve developed a simple web-based UI for rss2email.
We assume that you already have rss2email installed and working.
From the folder where rss2email and r2eui are stored, type
Then, from your favorite browser, go to http://localhost:8080. From here you check for new feed items, add and remove newsfeeds and change your default email address.
To stop the web UI, just type ctrl-C (under UNIX) or ctrl-Break (under Windows) in the console window.