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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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 Good idea

 
 by zcerza on: Mar 7 2004
 
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Despite KDE's vastness, this sort of thing was missing. But you knew that.


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 Uh...

 
 by DarkStalker on: Mar 7 2004
 
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So... um... how do you install it? The readme tells us how to make sure the files find the programs they need, but not where to put this attachToEmail.desktop file.


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 Re: Uh...

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 7 2004
 
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There's now an install script that should take care of this automatically.


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 ...

 
 by aaron on: Mar 7 2004
 
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great work. Thanks.


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 ... becoming officia

 
 by daperi on: Mar 8 2004
 
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any chance that this comes in kde 3.3?
would be really nice :-) very usefull!!


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 Re: ... becoming off

 
 by bichenoubi on: Mar 8 2004
 
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Could it be possible that it use the system default email app instead ?
Great idea.


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 Re: Re: ... becoming off

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 8 2004
 
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That's a good idea, but I can't think of a way for the program to know how to add attachments to arbitrary email clients. For instance, in kmail the argument is --attach, but in other clients it could be anything, and I can't think of a way to tell what that might be in each case. If anyone has any ideas concerning how to do this, please let me know!


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 Attach

 
 by EliasP on: Mar 9 2004
 
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In KMail 3.2 (I don't know about older versions)
kmail file1 file2 file3
works too.
Maybe other programs like evolution, sylpheed-claws etc. are able to do it in the same way, so you could read out the settings, which program is set by the user in ~/.kde/share/config/emaildefaults (EmailClient=evolution).

Greetings

Elias P.


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 Re: Attach

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 9 2004
 
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True. I could get settings for the most common email clients, and that might be a good enough solution for most people.


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 Ecce

 
 by Cue on: Mar 8 2004
 
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This is such an awesome help. Thanks dude, you're the guy.


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 Already Existing

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 8 2004
 
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Although not existing in the action menu, I always use LOCATION->SEND FILE to send selected files. Works equally good for me.

However there's one thing, that could make this more interesting. If someone selects a directory LOCATION->SEND FILE always creates a ZIP file. It would be better, if it would ask me, if I want to create a ZIP, a tar.gz or a tar.bz2 file. Maybe this is something you could add to your implementation?


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 Re: Already Existing

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 8 2004
 
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The difference between my implementation as a service menu and Location > Send as File is that with a service menu, I can right click on a link in a web page for example and send the referent of that link as an attachment more easily than having actually to open the link.

As for adding options to gzip, bzip2, or zip, that's a good idea. Now, the ways to go about doing this might be: the service menu has a sub-menu that lists the different options each of which calls the python script with different arguments depending on what to do (this would be pretty easy, but as far as I know, KDE < 3.2 doesn't allow sub-menus in service menus), or to offer the menu within the python script itself either using kde-bindings (which would require it to be installed), or kdialog. I would much rather go the sub-menu route, but for people without KDE 3.2, it could be very crowded. I'll think more about a good way to do this, though.


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