Write mails using sublime text.
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This is a very early stage of a planned full featured E-Mail Client running in Sublime Text.
I started this package, because I need VI-Keybindings in mails, and I often only switch away from Sublime Text for reading and writing Mails.
For now this package supports:
- Writing and Sending Emails (including attachments)
Using this package, you put your email-account credentials into sublime-text configuration. Even if there is provided an interactive login opportunity and passwords are not stored, it is easy for other plugins to find out credentials.
I recommend to use Preferences Editor for configuration. You have to configure at least:
email_account_default_identity -- your email address, e.g.:
Kay-Uwe (Kiwi) Loerenz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
email_account_default_smtp -- your email account, e.g.:
There are following commands already working:
E-Mail: Write E-Mail
E-Mail: Send E-Mail
E-Mail: Send as Attachment
Open a new mail, with current viewed file listed as attachment
E-Mail: Send as Mail
Open a new mail, with current selection as email-body. If nothing selected, the entire content of current view is taken.
For adding attachments, simply list them under "Attach:":
Attach: - /path/to/first/attachment - /path/to/second/attached_file
- I also started to implement an IMAP client, which will be added soon.
- Addressbook is in work
- 2014-02-10 12:13
- Set up Menu Items for Preferences and E-Mail, I am not sure if it is appropriate to have a main-menu-entry of "E-Mail".
- 2014-02-10 05:50
- Published initial version. Sending E-Mails is supported.