#305 address_add plugin for 1.5

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2009-05-29
2003-01-30
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I know you already have included the abook_take plugin in the 1.4 release candidates, but I was hoping you'd
consider porting and adding the address_add plugin instead/additionally, as the usability of it is much better.

Discussion

  • Thijs Kinkhorst

    Thijs Kinkhorst - 2005-04-11
    • summary: address_add plugin for 1.4 --> address_add plugin for 1.5
     
  • Thijs Kinkhorst

    Thijs Kinkhorst - 2005-04-11

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    Maybe someone can look into that. Would need to provide an
    upgrade path though.

     
  • Jimmy Conner

    Jimmy Conner - 2005-04-14
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  • Jimmy Conner

    Jimmy Conner - 2005-04-14

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    The plugin code is very simplistic and currently works in
    1.5 also. All it really does is provide a Link on the
    Message View to add the current sender (the from) to the
    addressbook. It checks to ensure that the address doesn't
    already exist, and does some parsing to see if it can
    autofill in the first / last name for you. It was
    originally written since the Abook_take button is so bulky,
    and most normal users only really want to add the From, and
    not search through every address in the email.

    Maybe we can intergrate the two plugins, and basically have
    an option "Search the email for all addresses - Yes () No
    ()" otherwise it just searches the From.

     
  • Thijs Kinkhorst

    Thijs Kinkhorst - 2005-04-14

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    Sounds like a good idea to me.

     
  • Fredrik Jervfors

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  • Fredrik Jervfors

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    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date
     
  • Fredrik Jervfors

    Both "abook_take" and "address_add" are obsolete today. The best option is the "add_address" plugin, which isn't shipped as part of SquirrelMail, but is available on <squirrelmail.org>.

     

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