##EML to PDF/HTML Converter
Usage: emailconverter [options] <EML-File> Options: -d, --debug Debug mode Default: false -dc, --disable-crashreports Do not send crash reports to the developer. Default: false -e, --error Display only Error messages. Default: false -a, --extract-attachments Extract Attachments. Default: false -ad, --extract-attachments-directory Extract Attachments to this Directory, if this option is not present the directory is besides the output file as "<output-filename>-attachments". -h, --help Print this help. Default: false -hh, --hide-headers Do not add email headers (subject, from, etc.) at the beginning of the PDF/HTML document. Default: false --html Produce HTML document instead of PDF. Default: false -o, --output-filepath Filepath of the produced PDF/HTML document. If this option is ommited the PDF/HTML will be placed alongside the EML File. -p, --proxy Proxy (e.g. "http://10.64.1.74:81"). If "auto" is supplied the default system proxy will be used. -q, --quiet Do not display any messages at all. Default: false -gui, --show-graphical-user-interface Show graphical user interface (other parameters are ignored when using this switch). Default: false -v, --version Print the version number. Default: false
How to build
Creates a single self contained Jar in
gradlew shadowJarbut additionally creates windows exe launchers in
build/libsfor gui and console mode. This task needs the Launch4j binary in the path.
Creates a windows setup in
build/innosetup. This task needs the Launch4j binary as well as the Inno Setup issc.exe in the path.
Executes the unit tests and generates various reports (jacoco, checkstyle, findbugs, jdepend, unit test report).
The code available under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL). This means you have to release the source code of applications that use this software. If you can't do so you can buy a commercial license.
A Java installation is required. If you haven't installed Java yet get it here completely free.
Win32 binaries and compiled jar for non-windows Systems (MacOs, Linux, etc) can be found in Releases section.
Note: If you have another system than Windows you need to install the free wkhtmltopdf and add it's binary to your PATH variable.