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XML files are plain files, as HTML files and can record and store on any web server, and access from a web browser.

For example, you can save this file "mails.xml" on our web server and view it from your browser with the path of our web server (http://www .....)

<?xml xmlns:m="http://www.webpage.com/mail" encoding="UTF-8"?> <mails> <message>     <message>          <to>John</to>          <from>Peter</from>          <title>Meeting</title>          <text>Remember out meeting</text>     </message> </message> </mails>

XML files can also be generated with ASP programming language

<% response.ContentType="text/xml" response.Write("<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>") response.Write("<mails>") response.Write("<message>") response.Write("<to>John</to>") response.Write("<from>Peter</from>") response.Write("<title>Meeting</title>") response.Write("<text>Remember out meeting</text>") response.Write("</message>") response.Write("</mails>") %>

XML files can also be generated with PHP programming language

<?php header("Content-type: text/xml"); echo "<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>"; echo "<mails>"; echo "<messages>"; echo "<to>John</to>"; echo "<from>Peter</from>"; echo "<title>Meeting</title>"; echo "<text>Remember out meeting</text>"; echo "</message>"; echo "</mails>"; ?>

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