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Attach to Email Service Menu

   0.7.5  

KDE 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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 Resize image too...

 
 by ggb2g on: Mar 9 2004
 
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that's a pretty good service menu, I was trying to do something like that but I can now stop!
The only thing missing for pictures is to propose a menu to resize the images before sending them (like in XP I think).
I want to send 640*480 pictures but certainly not 2000*xxxx size.


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 Re: Resize image too...

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 9 2004
 
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That would be useful.


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 Re: Resize image too...

 
 by Fri13 on: Mar 9 2004
 
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Use picwiz ;-) if you like to resize pictures and then send them...


I did like to use Windows, then i found better, linux. And now anymore i dont need to wash my windows.
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 Mozilla

 
 by bichenoubi on: Mar 10 2004
 
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It opens Mozilla mail client, but not the composing window with an attachment.


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 Re: Mozilla

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 10 2004
 
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Thanks for pointing this out.

What is the command that you have set in KDE preferences to do this? I've tried:

mozilla -compose "attachment=%A"

and that works for one file selected, but no more than one. I haven't done much with mozilla at all, but as far as I can tell right now, mozilla will accept one attachment given on the command line as an argument, but not more than one. I tried things like:

mozilla -compose "attachment='/dir/dir/file',attachment='/dir/dir/file'"

mozilla -compose "attachment='/dir/dir/file' '/dir/dir/file'"

If anyone has an understanding of how to set multiple attachments on mozilla's mail client with command line arguments, please tell us.


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 Re: Re: Mozilla

 
 by bichenoubi on: Mar 11 2004
 
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To set the default email app I used the KDE tool to do it. It then showed me my KDE startup menu wich has in its list the Mozilla email client (/usr/bin/mozilla -mail).
I could change it to mozzila -compose, it would solve the problem partially.

For the multiple attchments, I can't help you, i'm sure I know less than you about Linux, sorry.
Good luck, you do great job.


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 Re: Re: Re: Mozilla

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 12 2004
 
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Yeah, I'm pretty sure that mozilla's syntax for attaching files from the command line will only allow there to be one (if anyone knows otherwise, please tell us). For mozilla mail as the default client, really the string should be something like:

/usr/bin/mozilla -compose "to=%t,subject=%s,body=%B,attachment=%A"

set in Control Center > KDE Components > Component Chooser > Email Client.

Thanks for the feedback, by the way.


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 Re: Re: Mozilla

 
 by krake on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Maybe use an option to attach an archive if more than one file or a directory is selected


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 evolution

 
 by jmboris on: Mar 11 2004
 
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hi; nice app
i have tried with evolution but it does not work, evolution opens but no attachments in the email.
i have tried diffenernts thing in console, something like:
$evolution -attach
$evolution -attachment

but nothing , so maybe you can help me


thanks


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 Re: evolution

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 12 2004
 
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Yeah, I don't know how to attach files from the command line in evolution. I've looked (and probably missed something obvious), but don't see it. As usual, if someone does know, I wish he would tell me.


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 create zipped files

 
 by john007 on: Mar 18 2004
 
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Nice job indeed.
In your fist screen shot you show us another service menu: "Create gzipped tar Archive" etc.
Is there any chance of telling us how to get it too? Would be highly appreciated!


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 Re: create zipped files

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 19 2004
 
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It came as a default for KDE for me. I think it comes in kdeutils.


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 Re: Re: create zippe

 
 by john007 on: Mar 19 2004
 
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Thanks for your quick reply.
Just updated to KDE 3.2... and you're right, it was installed as default!


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 not working

 
 by LMCBoy on: Mar 26 2004
 
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Hello,

This is great, I love all of these servicemenus! However, it isn't working for me, and I have a fix for you.

In my ~/.kde/share/config/emaildefaults, I have the line:

EmailClient=kmail

So, in your python script, the variable emailclient, which starts out as "$KDEDIR/bin/kmail -s %s --body %B --attach %A" gets reset to simply "kmail". This happens on line 54 ("emailclient=ec").

I fixed my local copy by changing line 52 to:

if ( (ec=="") | find(ec,"kmail")!=-1):

Hope that's useful!

LMCBoy


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 Re: not working

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 26 2004
 
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My original assumption when having it parse the config file to check for the email client to use was that the string after "EmailClient=" is set up exactly as intended.

Now, you raise a good point. If someone wants to use kmail and also have it entered in the config file, then if they enter "EmailClient=kmail" they probably intended for it to be KDE's kmail with all the options like -s -B --attach and stuff like that.

Your fix is good assuming that kmail is entered as if it is in the path. A stronger solution might be:

if ec=="" or os.path.split(ec)[1]=="kmail":

Granted that this is great for most if not all people, I still don't really want the script to be guessing what people intended to enter. I think the script should just trust the user and stick to what is entered. After all, someone could enter "kmail --attach %A" and this could be because the person wants there to be attachments but not the default subject/body stuff.


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 Re: Re: not working

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 26 2004
 
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It's an interesting point, though. Is it safe for the script to assume the user's intent or should it be up to the user to make a complete entry? I guess I could always change it to:

if ec=="" or os.path.split(ec)[1]=="kmail":

and then people could always change it if they wanted to.

Thanks for your fix by the way. I hadn't considered that people might enter "kmail" in the config file until you mentioned it.


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 Re: Re: not working

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Okay, I'm going to go ahead and incorporate your fix as it seems like a good idea. Thanks again.


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 Re: Re: not working

 
 by LMCBoy on: Mar 27 2004
 
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I should point out that I never changed anything in my emaildefaults file, so I would assume that "EmailClient=kmail" (without any arguments after 'kmail') is the default setting. Is that incorrect?


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 Re: Re: Re: not working

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 27 2004
 
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For me, I never set an email client apart from kmail and didn't even have an EmailClient entry in my emaildefaults. If I change it and then set it back to kmail(default) in the KDE Component Chooser, then emaildefaults has EmailClient= but it's just blank.


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 Small menu???

 
 by PovMan on: Mar 27 2004
 
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How did you make your context menu so short?
Mine has the 'copy to' and 'move to' entries, which i never use, in fact i never use most of these entries. (open in new tab/window, cut, copy, paste, copy/move to) how can i turn them off?


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 Re: Small menu???

 
 by dschrader on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Globally, the files that control these are in
$KDEDIR/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus

For each user, they are in
~/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus


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