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Is it possible to set up default email address for new emails?
I need scenario like this:
1) PrtScreen pressed
2) New mail composing window opens, with filled "To" and "Subject" fields and attached screenshot.
3) User write something in message body and send message.
Everything is possible now except default setting for "To" field.
As we still have to add a lot of settings to the GUI without cluttering it up, some settings haven't been made available yet...
You can find the requested settings in the greenshot.ini file, if you really want this. They are well documented in the file, you should be able to find them if you know where the file is stored.
Best to close Greenshot when modifying the file!
I had already (before posting a question) found option like EmailTo in [Office] section, but when I write something like EmailTofirstname.lastname@example.org no address inserted when mail composing window appears. I thought that because [Office] section work only for MS Office i.e. Outlook. May be I miss option which work with other mail clients, in my situation it's Thunderbird.
Sorry, I was assuming Outlook.
I'll need to check if the MAPI interface, that what is used to open the email, supports this.
Should be possible to add this with little effort, but currently this is not possible.
Will add it to 1.1
Thank you very much! Looking forward to the new version! I must say that I'm using Thunderbird in first post, sorry for imprecision.
Thank you very much kind sir :) Seems like MailApiTo work like a charm, exactly what I need!
Good to hear, and thank you for the feedback!!!
Hi - where is the Greenshot.ini file? I want to use this for (semi) automated reporting for issues with our hosted applications - I also need the email (SMTP) to default to our support email address. If we can do this, I'll send you a donation.
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In Greenshot 2.0 the settings for Outlook will be available in the GUI. See attachments (look & feel is subject to change).