Text/HTML body to PDF
Email the text or HTML in the body of your message to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. The difference between the two is that the noheaders address does not include mail headers in the resulting converted PDF.
Markdown to PDF
Web page to PDF
Sending a link in the body of the message (including the http:// or https:// prefix) to email@example.com. Our server will attempt to retreive the page and convert it to PDF. Note that this can only be done on publicly available webpages that do not require authentication. Requests for pornographic pages will be filtered/denied.
Attachments to PDF
Emailing an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org will attempt to convert that attachment to PDF. Only one attachment may be converted at a time. Supported formats currently include:
- Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Visio)
- Open/Libre Office (Writer/Calc/Impress/Draw)
- Markdwon (.md/.markdown)
- Images (PNG/JPG/GIF/etc)
- .eml (Saved email message)
Note that iWork documents (Pages/Numbers/Keynote/etc) are not supported.
PDF to other formats
You can email a PDF as an attachment to one of the below addresses to have it converted to another format:
In most cases, the converted result will be sent back to the original email requestor. However, pdfconvert.me will send it back to the email address specified in the Reply-To: or Resent-From: headers, if they exist. Additionally, any addresses in the Cc: header will also get a copy of the conversion result.
Appending -letter to all addresses except attachconvert (for example, email@example.com) will send the PDF in Letter size format instead of A4 (the default).
If you included addresses on the Cc: line of the email, those addresses will also get a copy of the converted PDF. This can be useful for integrating with paperless workflows for Dropbox, Evernote or OmniFocus.