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Crème Fraiche transforms EML-files, as they are created by email-clients, to PDF.
Requires Ruby 1.9 or above.
Uses three or four Ruby-Gems: Mail, Prawn and Nokogiri. For the graphical user-interface, Gtk3 is needed in addition.
Missing gems may be installed upon first use of the program. You might need super-user rights to ensure they are installed correctly on your system. Just try and observe the program output.
The PDFTK toolkit should be installed (optional).
Install as a gem:
:$ gem install cremefraiche
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- Create PDF from email independently of the software platform or email-client.
- Transform at once all the emails, currently stored in one or more folders, each into its own PDF-file.
- Handle mail-attachments in the process, so that they are available with the PDF.
- Provide a way to influence the format of the resulting PDF.
- Create equally readable documents from HTML-mails and plain text (I can explain, why this is highly hypothetical, not why it actually works sometimes).
- Let the user choose which mail-headers she/he wants to see in the PDF-file.
- Base all the previous actions on the EML-format of the input-files.
- Set the PDF meta-data fields Author, Subject, Keywords and Title to user-defined values.
- This program is free software. Adapt the Ruby-code to your needs.
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