|Author/Date||Command line options|
When calling Scribe with command line parameters the subject string still becomes wrong if I use portuguese characters, for example:
"Devolução taxa justiça" becomes "Devolu?o taxa justi"
And the attached filename is case-sensitive (not big deal).
Win XP Pro, Test3
1. Any chance to call the calendar from command line with options like "open it in a given date" and "put this on for tomorrow" or "write down today in a text file"?
2. Any chance to attach more than one file and still define the body?
3. I like the buttons :)
|Command line: This is a bug, I'll look at it soon.
Attach more than one file: maybe -f "file1,file2,file3" ?
Calendar scripting: Would being able to import vCal files (which included their own start/end date) work? With maybe another option to open the calendar at a certain date?
|Thanks for the fast reply
>Attach more than one file: maybe -f "file1,file2,file3" ?
In your place I would choose something like -f @filelist.txt with the -b for each file, because of the limitation of command line lenght, and to be able to send attachments and still define the body, like:
>Calendar scripting: Would being able to import vCal files
>(which included their own start/end date) work? With maybe
>another option to open the calendar at a certain date?
I think you got it :)
Your Calendar is great. I'm realy interested in supporting it from my App. I'll check that "vCal stuff" in your docs and post something here. Thanks again
|I've fixed the accented chars in the command line. At least in Win2k.|
|I found iCal (not vCal), and I like the approach: it's easy to work with text files :)
I like the idea of a shared calendar too, and it's maybe the easier way to sell InScribe. By the way, you need another flag (-a
How about signing the messages (like outlook)? it would be the perfect e-mail client -- I have about ????? clients waiting -- :)
|iCal/vCal - same thing...
-a: huh? Whats it do?
Certificates: When I figure out how they work I'll write some code. But I havn't really had much luck with it yet. There is a lot of hard to read docs to get through. I know your waiting on it.
the signs "minor" and "major" eated it :)
I'm trying some tests with openSSL. Good luck
|I still don't get this "-a" option?
Do you mean 'do a receive on account xyz'?
|It's probably my english :)
With more than one account, how can we select the one we want to use to send a message (using command line options)?
By the way, I feel a similar problem when sending messages to people with more than one e-mail address: the soluction is to create more than one entry for the same person