reformat mail drafts according to templates
mailplate addresses the problem of having multiple mail identities, each
with a different template for composing mail messages, and the need to
switch between them after starting to write. It can process mail drafts and
switch the underlying template and can thus be used from within the editor
to switch the identity used to write the current mail message.
It can also be used as a wrapper of your editor and invoked directly from
your mail user agent. Its ability to automatically select a template
according to a nifty scoring system based makes it the ideal companion for
those who use mail on a daily basis.
I decided that this script is fit for public consumption, so enjoy. You can
find an example configuration and template files in
/usr/share/doc/mailplate/examples. Much more information can be found on the
mailplate homepage: http://madduck.net/code/mailplate/
The tool will install defaults in your home directory on first invocation.
I have the following setting
mailplate - reformat mail drafts according to templates
mailplate [[--new | -n] | [--editor | -e]] [--keep-unknown |
-k] [--verbose | -v] [--debug | -d] template-name
mailplate [--keep-unknown | -k] [--verbose | -v] [--debug |
mailplate (0.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release, which fixes a grave bug that could overwrite local
files with the same name as the template to be used (closes: #491172).
* Add homepage link to package control data.
* Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.0; no changes required.
-- martin f. krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 17 Jul 2008 13:48:40 +0200
mailplate (0.1.1-1) unsta
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This is mailplate, written and maintained by martin f. krafft
<email@example.com>, and first debian
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