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Attach to Email Service Menu

   0.7.5  

KDE Service Menu

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Attach to Email Service Menu
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Attach to Email Service Menu
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  9420
Submitted:  Mar 7 2004
Updated:  Oct 30 2006

Description:

A service menu for Konqueror that works in conjunction with a python script to allow the user to select multiple files and add them as attachments to an email using whatever mail client is configured. If a directory is selected, then its contents will be attached to the email recursively.

To Install:
0) tar -jxf attach-to-email-servicemenu.tar.bz2

1) cd attach-to-email-servicemenu

2) ./install.sh --remove-old
#Get rid of previous installations.

3) ./install.sh [--global-install|--local-install]
#Depending on whether you want system-wide or not.

The Readme file included explains how to set this up for different email clients.




Changelog:

0.7.5 New Italian translation by Giurerro.

0.7.4 New Russian translation by Kalimullin Arthur and completed French translation by LaFleche.

0.7.3 New German translation by Adrian Freihofer and partial French translation by LaFleche. Also added instructions for KMail.

0.7.2 New Hungarian translation by Paul Körössy, some minor cleaning, and instructions for Mozilla Thunderbird.




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 python not working

 
 by shuehne on: Mar 31 2004
 
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Hi,
this would be a service i have waited for.
Running script from command line works just perfect :-)
But I get no action from the service menu :-(
Any idea?


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 Re: python not working

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 31 2004
 
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So, you can type:

/usr/local/bin/multiple-attachments-servicemenu /path/to/file

but not right-click on /path/to/file and select Attach to Email?

That's very odd considering that the servicemenu just calls the script outright. The only thing that I could think of would be that the servicemenu didn't end up in the right directory (i.e. $KDEDIR/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/).


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 Re: Re: python not working

 
 by shuehne on: Apr 2 2004
 
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The servicemenu entry is there. But when I select it just nothing happens - well there seems to open something for a split-second. And when I remove the script, I get an error message from the service menu. So installation seems ok.
It's even more crazy: When I start konqueror from within a shell (Konsole/xterm) I see the output from the script and everything works just fine... :-/
I am not sure if it is connected with this problem. But clicking in konqueror on a shell-script executes the script. clicking on a python/perl/...-script opens it in kwrite. But I couldn't find any difference in the setup for these mimetypes.


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 Re: Re: Re: python not working

 
 by dschrader on: Apr 2 2004
 
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That's really strange. I'm not sure exactly what the cause of that could be.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: python not working

 
 by shuehne on: Apr 4 2004
 
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I think I have found the cause for the problem: KDEDIR is not set in the execution environment of the servicemenu. Replacing $KDEDIR in your script with the actual path works perfect - wrapping the python script in a shell script and exporting KDEDIR works, too.
But I still have no explanation for this. All other environment variables remain set. Just KDEDIR is cleared.
One last guess from you?


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 Re: Re: Re: python not working

 
 by dschrader on: Apr 3 2004
 
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Forgot to mention earlier, by the way, whether or not konqueror executes scripts on double click is irrelevant to the problem since the service menu should just execute the script, and if the script works, then...


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 it's easier

 
 by knex on: Apr 1 2004
 
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no adds, no scripts :)
cat /usr/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/attachToKmail.desktop
[Desktop Entry]
ServiceTypes=all/all
Actions=attachToKmail

[Desktop Action attachToEmail]
Name=Attach to email
Name[en]=E-Mail this file
Icon=attach
Exec=kmail --attach


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 Re: it's easier

 
 by dschrader on: Apr 1 2004
 
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[Desktop Entry]
ServiceTypes=all/all
Actions=attachToKmail

[Desktop Action attachToKmail]
Name=Attach to Kmail
Icon=attach
Exec=kmail --attach %U

That's fine if you always want to use kmail, don't select directories, and don't select filenames like "/home/user/file%20name" that kmail will interpret as http encoding even though it's local.


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 Re: Re: it's easier

 
 by jayenell on: May 7 2004
 
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I don't agree, except for the directories and %'s in the filename. On the other hand; who will send a complete directory, without gzip it? ...and %'s must always be avoided.

I use the following servicemenu-action (filemname = sendto.desktop) since kde 3.2 beta:

[Desktop Entry]
ServiceTypes=all/allfiles
Actions=sendfileto

[Desktop Action sendfileto]
Name=Send this file as an e-mail attachment
Name[en]=Send this file as an e-mail attachment
Name[nl]=Verzend dit bestand als e-mail bijlage
Icon=kmail
Exec=kmail --attach %U

The last line can easily be changed to e.g. evolution.

The %U makes it possible to select multiple files and I have NO problems adding files with spaces in their filename.

Cheers,

J


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 I think this is why

 
 by shock66 on: Apr 10 2004
 
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If you run the install.sh without having your KDEDIR set, you get an error. Maybe that's why the above guy is getting the problem b/c then you don't get the .desktop item.

Either set the KDEDIR var or (more easily) edit the install.sh and set the correct path to your servicemenus.


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 Re: I think this is

 
 by shock66 on: Apr 10 2004
 
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Yeah, never mind, I'm a little slow today. That's what Jetlag does :) Didn't see the + sign next to all the other comments.

To clarify for others who just might be as slow as me, the script referred to where you need to replace the $KDEDIR is the actual script (not the install script or the .desktop entry) located at /usr/local/bin called multiple-attachments-servicemenu

Good luck and may you not be as thick as I am...


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 useful

 
 by poison on: May 7 2004
 
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why isn't this in the standard KDE distribution ? should be possible with with a simple bash script so no onebody needs python installed ?


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 ;) Super

 
 by Spokke on: May 7 2004
 
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Very useful tools :)

It work very good for me !

Many tnks

Spk


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 man, you are quick

 
 by mipmip on: May 7 2004
 
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Thanks for your new release with fixes for every problem I had.

I have tested every option and everything works out of the box now on my debian install. I now use the non-root installation.


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