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vim-mailquery : complete e-mail addresses in Vim by those in your inbox

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created by
Enno Nagel
 
script type
ftplugin
 
description
This plug-in lets you complete e-mail addresses in Vim by those in your
inbox (or any other mail folder) via https://github.com/pbrisbin/mail-query

1. Usage

When you're editing a mail file in Vim that reads

    From: Fulano <Fulano@Silva.com>
    To:      foo

and in your Inbox there is an e-mail from

    Mister Foo <foo@bar.com>

and your cursor is right after foo, then hit Ctrl+X Ctrl+O to obtain:

    From: Fulano <Fulano@Silva.com>
    To:      Mister Foo <foo@bar.com>

That is, you can complete e-mail addresses inside Vim by pressing CTRL-X
CTRL-O inside insert mode. See also :help i_CTRL-X_CTRL-O and :help
compl-omni.

2. Setup

2.1. Download and install (by `sudo make install`) mail-query from
    https://github.com/pbrisbin/mail-query.
    If you have no superuser rights, then compile it (by `make`) and
    add the path of the folder that contains the obtained executable
    mail-query (say `~/bin`) to your environment variable `$PATH`: in
    case you use `bash` or `zsh`, by adding to `~/.profile` or
    `~/.zshenv` the line

      PATH=$PATH:~/bin

    To decode 7-bit ASCII encoded MIME-headers as specified at
    https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2047) (which start, for example,
    with `=?UTF-8?`), ensure that `perl` is executable and the
    Encode::MIME:Header module is installed.

2.2. The mail folder is automatically set to the value of the variable
    `$folder` in the file `~/.muttrc`. To explicitly set the path to a
    mail folder `$folder`, add to your `.vimrc` the line

      let g:mailquery_folder = '$folder'

    For example, if you use mbsync, then `$folder` could be

      $XDG_DATA_HOME/mbsync/INBOX/cur

2.3. If you would like to filter out most probably impersonal e-mail
    addresses such as those coming from mailer daemons or accepting no
    reply, then try adding

    let g:mailquery_filter = 1

    to your `vimrc`, which will discard e-mail addresses that satisfy
    the regular expression given by the variable `g:mailquery_filter_regex`.

3. Related Plug-in:

The Vim plug-in https://github.com/Konfekt/vim-mutt-aliases lets you
complete e-mail addresses in Vim by those in your mutt aliases file,
and (when the alias file is periodically populated by the mutt-alias.sh
shell script from https://github.com/Konfekt/mutt-alias.sh) gives a
more static alternative to this plug-in.

===

This plug-in is developed at https://github.com/Konfekt/vim-mailquery
where issues can be filed.

 
install details
Unzip vim-mailquery.zip into  ~/.vim on Linux or or MacOS.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-mailquery.zip 1.2 2019-07-10 7.0 Enno Nagel decode 7-bit ASCII encoded MIME-headers
vim-mailquery.zip 1.1 2019-06-19 7.0 Enno Nagel sort matches by pertinence and optionally filter out impersonal addresses
vim-mailquery.zip 1.0 2019-06-14 7.0 Enno Nagel Initial upload
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