There are people who like to use RSS readers for updates from their favorite sites and there are those who prefer getting email updates. The only problem is that not all sites offer email RSS feeds to its users. If you are a person who prefers to get RSS updates in your email rather than an online RSS reader or use a desktop application to handle your RSS then you better check this out.
FeedMyInbox is a very simple service that attempts to bridge the gap between feeds (RSS, XML, Atom) and email. The service is extremely easy to use and will not require you to register for an account. Simply locate if a site that you want to track offers any form of RSS feed subscription. If it offers an email subscription then there is no need to continue. If you don’t find an email subscription form and still want to get updates using your email then all you have to do is copy the URL of the site you want, paste it in FeedMyInbox and hand them out your email address. FeedMyInbox will locate the RSS for you. There is no need to look for the feed URL in case you are wondering.
If you wish to discontinue your subscription, each FeedMyInbox email will have an unsubscribe link on the bottom. Simply click it to unsubscribe from a particular feed. Nothing else is required-you will be removed immediately.