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No, you don't be at home, and your Mac doesn't have to be running, you just have to have your iPhone with you. You email, you get an email back a few seconds later which you read on your iPhone, tap the link, and the data is added to OmniFocus right there on your iPhone. You don't even need to be able to read your work email (from which you sent the message on your PC) on your iPhone you can forward the message to your personal account.

I think perhaps you are confusing the email service with the Mac OS X service installed by OmniFocus which is labeled "OmniFocus: Send to Inbox" in the Services menu...

It doesn't work for anything but plain text, but it's pretty useful, and you can use it today.

Here's what the message from the service looks like:

Here's what you get in OmniFocus after tapping the Send to OmniFocus link in the gray bar across the top of the message:

(Yeah, I know you have an iPhone, not an iPad, but my iPad is the one close at hand)