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Thunderbird Service Menu

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KDE Service Menu

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Thunderbird Service Menu
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.x and KDE 4.x
Downloads:  5836
Submitted:  Jan 2 2005
Updated:  Apr 10 2010

Description:

This service menu will allow you to right click on one or more files and attach it to a new E-mail with Thunderbird.

+ A "Read Me" file is included for install instructions
+ Will attach more than one file to your e-mail




Changelog:

3.0
Updated to work with KDE4 & Dolphin

2.1 Now has a service menus for both Konqueror and Dolphin. Also now displays a Thunderbird icon next to the service menu item.

2.0 Thanks to "ptitpoul" it will now attach more than one file.

1.0 Worked with one file




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 Just for Dolphin

 
 by XMasitel on: Mar 13 2007
 
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Hi,
This service menu doesn't work with Dolphin, here the Dolphin script (with italian translation ;-)):

[Desktop Entry]
Actions=attachToEmail
Encoding=UTF-8
ServiceTypes=all/allfiles
ExcludeServiceTypes=application/x-iso,kdedevice/*,inode/directory

[Desktop Action attachToEmail]
Exec=/home/bruno/thunderbird/thunderbird -remote "xfeDoCommand(composeMessage,attachment='file://%f')"
Name=Attach to Thunderbird Mail
Name[it]=Invia E-mail con Thunderbird
Icon=attach


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 Re: Just for Dolphin

 
 by ljogerst on: Nov 8 2007
 
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It works now on dolphin, thanks for getting me to investigate it.


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 Re: Just for Dolphin

 
 by danux on: Apr 7 2010
 
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Thanks a lot... now it works fine. Added spanish and german translation:
Name[es]=Enviar adjunto con Thunderbird
Name[de]=Verschicken als Anhang


http://www.danux.inet.cl
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 Re: Just found error

 
 by danux on: Apr 7 2010
 
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Hi:

Just found an error. It doesn't work if Thunderbird isn't opened. So I wrote it again but I put it in a new thread, 'cause it has other commands and so!


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 attach several files

 
 by ptitpoul on: Oct 1 2007
 
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for Thunderbird 2 (Gutsy), this Exec key allow to attach more than one file:

Exec=thunderbird -compose `echo attachment=\'file://%F\' | sed 's/ \//,file:\/\/\//g'`


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 Re: attach several f

 
 by ptitpoul on: Nov 19 2007
 
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Better, add quotes : Exec=thunderbird -compose "`echo attachment=\'file://%F\' | sed 's/ \//,file:\/\/\//g'`"
This allows to take filenames which comprise " -" (a space followed by a dash). However it can't attach filename comprising a comma.


Guillaume Millet
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 Thanks

 
 by Okanda on: Apr 1 2008
 
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Thanks, useful servicemenu.

But for Debian users, Icedove replace Thunderbird.
So, edit the two files *.desktop and change thunderbird with icedove on the Exec line.
For the icon, the location is :
/usr/share/icedove/icons/mozicon16.png


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 KDE4

 
 by EstebanTristan on: Jan 15 2009
 
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I have Kubuntu 8.10 with KDE4. I modified this to have this service menu under KDE4 like this :
[Desktop Entry]
Actions=attachToEmail
Encoding=UTF-8
ServiceTypes=all/allfiles,KonqPopupMenu/Plugin
ExcludeServiceTypes=application/x-iso,kdedevice/*,inode/directory
Type=Service

[Desktop Action attachToEmail]
Exec=thunderbird -remote "xfeDoCommand(composeMessage,attachment='file://%f')"
Name=Attach to Thunderbird Mail
Name[fr]=Envoyer avec Thunderbird
Icon=/usr/share/thunderbird/icons/mozicon16.xpm

and place it in the /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/ folder. I have the service menu in dolphin but it doesn't attach the file. I have the same problem if I replace the Exec line with Exec=thunderbird -compose `echo attachment=\'file://%F\' | sed 's/ \//,file:\/\/\//g'` or with the solution with the quotes also. Anyone has an idea why it doesn't xork?


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 Re: KDE4

 
 by Loriant on: Nov 7 2009
 
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This worked for me (kde 4.3.3, Ubuntu and Dolphin) :
[Desktop Entry]
Actions=attachToEmail
Encoding=UTF-8
ServiceTypes=KonqPopupMenu/Plugin,all/allfiles
ExcludeServiceTypes=application/x-iso,kdedevice/*,inode/directory
Type=Service

[Desktop Action attachToEmail]
Name=Attach to Thunderbird Mail
Name[fr]=Envoyer avec Thunderbird
Icon=/usr/share/thunderbird/icons/mozicon16.xpm
Exec=thunderbird -compose `echo attachment=\'file://%F\' | sed 's/ \//,file:\/\/\//g'`


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 Re: Re: KDE4

 
 by maidis on: Nov 24 2009
 
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For Pardus 2009 + Dolphin 1.3 + Thunderbird 3.0:

Name[tr]=Thunderbird ile Gönder
Icon=/usr/share/pixmaps/thunderbird.png
Exec=thunderbird -compose attachment="%F"


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 Doesn't work

 
 by sloopy on: Jan 26 2010
 
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I tryed your servicemenue on a Kubuntu 9.10, all I got was nothing.
I changed the Icon suffix from .png to .xpm
nix
Then I combined a service menue for k.mail with your service menue.

[Desktop Entry]
ServiceTypes=all/allfiles
Actions=emailAsAttachment
Type=Service
X-KDE-ServiceTypes=KonqPopupMenu/Plugin

[Desktop Action emailAsAttachment]
Nane=email_as_attachement
Name[de]=Per e-Mail versenden
Icon=email
Exec=thunderbird -compose `echo attachment=\'file://%F\' | sed 's/ \//,file:\/\/\//g'`


I have a thunderbird-window that openes but no attachement.
Not very interesting.
So could you please tell me how you make it run ?

Thank you


Sloopy
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 Re: Doesn't work

 
 by wlos on: Feb 10 2010
 
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Maybe usage of backtick operator depends on default shell? I'm using bash and this

http://devel.pc-serwis.com/2010/02/how-to-add-service-menu-entry-in-dolphin/

works for me.


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 Re: Re: Doesn't work

 
 by sloopy on: Feb 11 2010
 
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Thank you for your link. I first tryed to copy and paste the code from the website, but - as they say - it did'nt work. So I downloaded the email.desktop file from the link and changed the name to
<name[de]Versenden mit Thunderbird>
and now it works. I do not exactly know where is the difference between the copied and the downloaded version but it works and that's the most important.
Greetings
Sloopy


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 Re: Re: Re: Doesn't work

 
 by ljogerst on: Apr 13 2010
 
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Everything should work now.
Thanks


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 Attach several files

 
 by ferbrok on: Jul 25 2010
 
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Hi ljogerst,

After trying some time on kubuntu reciving the "check your 'temporary directory' setting" message, I found this http://www.pclinuxos.com/forum/index.php?topic=67956.0;wap2 and realized some changes for the service folder and icon location:

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Place a shell script called attach_mail_service, make sure it's executable,
in your home directory bin ie: ~/bin. The contents are as follows:

Code:

#! /bin/bash
#
# Script created by ASID
# Attach files to thunderbird

temp=""
#temp2=""
#subject="mailing files: "
count=0
for i in $*
do
count=$(( $count + 1 ))
if [ $count -eq $# ]
then
temp=${temp}file://${i}
#temp2=${temp2}file://${i}
else
temp=${temp}file://${i},
#temp2=${temp2}file://${i},
fi
done

#subject=${subject}${temp2}
if mozilla-thunderbird -remote "ping()" 2> /dev/null ;
then
mozilla-thunderbird -remote "xfeDoCommand(composeMessage,attachment='$temp')"
#,subject='$subject')"
else
mozilla-thunderbird --compose "attachment='$temp'"
fi




Now place a file named AttachToThunderbirdMail.desktop in your /usr/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus directory.
The contents are as follows:

Code:

[Desktop Entry]
Encoding=UTF-8
ServiceTypes=all/allfiles,KonqPopupMenu/Plugin
Actions=attachToEmail
Type=Service

[Desktop Action attachToEmail]
Name=Attach to Email
Icon=/usr/share/thunderbird/icons/mozicon16.xpm
Exec=~/bin/attach_mail_service %F



Hope this helps
Greetings


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