Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of MuttTools


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Timestamp:
Oct 14, 2013 7:14:38 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
MichaelRay
Comment:

add periods to sentence endings, improved some sentences for clarity. hopefully didn't break nothin'.

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  • MuttTools

    v2 v3  
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    77 * mutt print http://muttprint.sourceforge.net/
    8   *      formats messages for printing like pine
     8  *      formats messages for printing like pine.
    99 * win32 port http://www.geocities.com/win32mutt/tools.html
    10   *      comprehensive list of MuttTools
     10  *      comprehensive list of MuttTools.
    1111 * antiword http://www.winfield.demon.nl/
    12   *      M$-Office-Word to txt converter
     12  *      M$-Office-Word to txt converter.
    1313 * rtf2html http://www.45.free.net/~vitus/ice/catdoc/
    14   *      RTF to HTML converter (which then can be piped through `lynx -stdin -dump -force_html`)
     14  *      RTF to HTML converter (which then can be piped through `lynx -stdin -dump -force_html`).
    1515 * xlhtml http://chicago.sourceforge.net/xlhtml/
    16   *      M$-Excel, Powerpoint to HTML converter, see rtf2html
     16  *      M$-Excel, Powerpoint to HTML converter, see rtf2html.
    1717 * abook http://abook.sourceforge.net/
    18   *        Text-based addressbook program
     18  *        Text-based address book program.
    1919 * PGP http://www.pgpi.org/
    20   *      msg encryption for privacy
     20  *      message encryption for privacy.
    2121 * GPG, G''nu''PG http://www.gnupg.org/
    22   *      GNU's privacy guard
     22  *      GNU's privacy guard, a free (FOSS) replacement for PGP.
    2323 * MailtoMutt http://mailtomutt.sourceforge.net/
    24   *      A Cocoa application which handles mailto URLs, forwarding them to mutt using applescript and Terminal.app
     24  *      A Cocoa application which handles mail to URLs, forwarding them to mutt using applescript and Terminal.app.
    2525 * sigtrace (fails //charles.mauch.name/code/sigtrace/)
    26   *      A couple of perl scripts combined with data generated from the pgp worldwide keyring to show pgp signature paths inline with pgp signatures
     26  *      Several perl scripts combined with data generated from the PGP worldwide keyring to show PGP signature paths inline with signatures.
    2727 * post mode http://post-mode.sourceforge.net/
    28   *      An emacs mode for composing email or usenet messages for an external user agent (mutt, slrn, etc.).
     28  *      An Emacs mode for composing email or USENET messages for an external user agent (mutt, slrn, etc.).
    2929 * mairix http://www.rpcurnow.force9.co.uk/mairix/
    3030  *      An excellent mailbox searching tool for mutt. See UserStory/SearchingMail
     
    3232  *      Another excellent mailbox searching tool for mutt. See UserStory/SearchingMail
    3333 * t-prot http://www.escape.de/users/tolot/mutt/
    34   *      A program to clean up various email problems (overlong signatures, incorrect quoting, etc)
     34  *      A program to clean up various email problems (long signatures, incorrect quoting, etc.).
    3535 * isync http://isync.sourceforge.net/
    36   *      some people found using Mutt with this instead of Mutt with IMAP header caching convenient.
     36  *      may be better than Mutt with IMAP header caching.
    3737 * mswatch http://mswatch.sourceforge.net/
    38   *      use with isync to sync local and server IMAP stores as there are changes
     38  *      use with isync to sync local and server IMAP stores to track changes as they happen.
    3939 * offlineimap http://software.complete.org/software/projects/show/offlineimap
    40   *      alternative to isync
     40  *      alternative to isync.
    4141 * muttzilla http://sourceforge.net/projects/muttzilla/
    42   *      Make mutt your mailreader in netscape/ mozilla
     42  *      Make mutt your mail reader in Netscape or Mozilla.
    4343 * goobook https://pypi.python.org/pypi/goobook/
    4444  * "Search your google contacts from the command-line or mutt."