Thunderbird Style Address Completion -- Version 0.5
This modifies SquirrelMail to use an address completion that is modeled
after the Thunderbird email client.
* Completes on aliases, first and last name, and email address.
* Can scroll up and down through possible matches.
* Shows a dropdown of possible matches.
* Separate fields for each completed address (like Thunderbird).
Tested on IE 6, IE 7, and Firefox 2.0. Presumably it will work on
of the same browsers and SquirrelMail. Let me know about Opera/Safari
As with other plugins, just uncompress the archive in the plugins
directory, go back to the main directory, run configure and add the plugin.
0.5 - Initial Release, a small portion of the code ripped from autocomplete, but
Check it out.
On Thu, April 19, 2007 8:52 am, Dan Hulme wrote:
> Thunderbird Style Address Completion -- Version 0.5
> This modifies SquirrelMail to use an address completion that is modeled
> after the Thunderbird email client.
> Tested on IE 6, IE 7, and Firefox 2.0. Presumably it will work on
> lesser editions of the same browsers and SquirrelMail. Let me know
> about Opera/Safari compatibility.
Work well with Konqueror 3.5.6 on FreeBSD 6.2
A few glitches, though:
- the options are just mashed into the bottom of the Compose
Preferences page, without any header to separate it visually from the
rest of the options
- if "Above Headers" is set for the location of the standard buttons
(Signature, Addresses, Send, etc), this plugin causes them all to
disappear. Setting "Between headers and message body" or "Bottom",
everything works correctly.
Using Squirrelmail 1.5.1 on 64-bit Debian Etch, with PHP 5.2.0 and Apache
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