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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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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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 great (but..)

 
 by superheld on: Apr 7 2005
 
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i like this small tool very mutch. great!

but now i using suse 9.2, installd via internet. if i take 2 ore more files, only the first is sending to the kmail. the others are displayd in the textarea of the mailer, but not in attached files.


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 thunderbird

 
 by geppo78 on: Jun 10 2005
 
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Could you send me the command to use thunderbird as client??


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 Re: thunderbird

 
 by carlops on: Dec 21 2005
 
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To use thunderbird, change the Exec command in the servicemenu to:
Exec=/usr/bin/mozilla-thunderbird -remote "xfeDoCommand(composeMessage,attachment='file://%U')"

Cheers

PS
I use Debian, hence the mozilla-thunderbird command. Others might use thunderbird


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 Attachment Limited

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 9 2005
 
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It will only attach 3 items to an email.
Is there a set limit or something?

The BorgQueen


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 Re: Attachment Limited

 
 by dschrader on: Sep 9 2005
 
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It works for me. What email client are you using?


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 Attachment Limit

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 10 2005
 
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Kmail, kde 3.3
on Debian 3.1 Sarge and Ark Linux


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 Re: Attachment Limit

 
 by dschrader on: Sep 10 2005
 
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Try running the script directly from a command line:

$ attach-to-email "/absolute/path/1" "/absolute/path/2"

and see if it gives any useful information.


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 Re: Attachment Limit

 
 by BorgQueen on: Sep 10 2005
 
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It did. Oddly enough, it said the script could not be found. Why it partially worked is beyond me. As soon as I changed perms wrx,r,r (it was already executable), everything works. Go figure.

Thanks for the help and the great service menu. It really should be come standard service menu for KDE.

If you have a wish list, the idea of compressing attachments into a single (compressed) directory would be great. Its better to send attachments in a compressed file for obvious reasons.

Thank you very much for your help.

The Borg Queen


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 thunderbird?

 
 by gwolf on: Nov 27 2005
 
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Nice work, do you plan to add support for thunderbird as well? It would be really nice ;-)


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 Thanks!

 
 by kkrizka on: Dec 9 2005
 
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I've been looking for something like this!! They should include it in the default KDE install, it's very useful.


Cheers,
Karol Krizka

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 Thanks

 
 by anupamsr on: Mar 7 2006
 
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This should be a default behaviour of KDE.


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