Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of QueryCommand


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Timestamp:
Oct 27, 2013 7:00:33 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
MichaelRay
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bad URL's commented out for future research into moved locations - maybe they're on SF or something; wikil

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  • QueryCommand

    v3 v4  
    2020 * http://abook.sourceforge.net/ -- Jaakko Heinonen
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     22{{{#!comment
     23looks dead
    2224 * http://www.neuronix.cz/coding/muttabook/index.en.php -- neuron
     25}}}
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    2427 * http://home.uchicago.edu/~dgc/mutt/#qi -- David Champion (dgc)
     
    3336  * Use this if you want a query_command for LDAP with as few requirements as possible. Just copy and paste into your favorite text editor (be sure to check the lines ending in '\' to make sure there are no extraneous spaces at the end) and save as 'mutt_ldap_search.sh' or whatever you prefer. Be sure to make it executable (chmod a+x mutt_ldap_search.sh) and add an appropriate query_command line to your .muttrc file.
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    3540 * http://gromnizki.unixdev.net/etc/mutt_openldap.tcl -- \
    3641  Yet another way to search LDAP directory. Requires '''Tcl''' http://tcl.tk \
     
    4348  * Display attributes (except '''mail''' and '''cn''') in user order.
    4449  * Size limit support.
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    4652 * QueryCommand/EvolutionSearch -- Search the Ximian Evolution 2 address book.
     
    5258  * [http://git.chizang.net/?p=mutt_gmail_search.git;a=tree mutt_gmail_search.py] - alex@chizang.net
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    5462 * http://harward.us/~nharward/mabs.zip -- Mac Address Book Search (universal binary).  The source code needs a few enhancements for non-mutt users as a general utility and then will be published.
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    5564
    5665 * http://sourceforge.net/projects/abtomutt/files/ -- Address Book to Mutt (MacOS X)