text-based ncurses address book application
abook is a text-based ncurses address book application. It provides many
different fields of user info. abook is designed for use with mutt, but
can be used independently.
ABOOK by JH <email@example.com>
Abook is an addressbook program with mutt mail client support.
To compile abook you must have ncurses developement libraries installed.
Starting from version 0.4.10 abook is known to compile with the native curses
library of SUN Solaris and OpenBSD. Since version 0.5.0 GNU readline is
required. Please note that other readline im
NOTE: There's no need to patch abook version 0.4.14 or later.
NOTE2: The command in abook is 'Q' not 'P'.
--- Original message from Brian Medley <firstname.lastname@example.org> ---
I am trying to make abook work better (for me) within vim. I am doing
this because I have 'autoedit' and 'edit_headers' set in mutt. This
means I would like to have easy access to my abook addressbook (from
Q: Can I recall the old value in editor?
A: Yes, use up arrow to recall the old value.
Q: How to query all addresses when I press 'Q' in mutt?
A: Type "all" to the prompt.
Q: Can I mark multiple addresses in mutt after a query?
A: You can tag addresses with 't'. When ready, type ";m" (press first ';'
and then 'm') and all tagged addresses will appear to your "To:"
abook - text-bas
abook (0.5.6-7+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for amd64; no source
- translation fixes
- fixed gcrd export format (\r\n line endings according to RFC, Marc Tar
- new file format (xml?)
- custom views, keybindings
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