Notmuch Addressbook manager for vim
- notmuch with python bindings
- Standalone install
if you do not want to use the vim script file, you can install the module as follows:
python setup.py install
pip install notmuch_abook
- Vimscript install
Use vundle to install this script, add to your vimrc:
for convenience, you can create a symlink to your bin directory:
ln -s $HOME/.vim/bundle/notmuch-abook/pythonx/notmuch_abook.py ~/bin/notmuch-abook
Open notmuch configuration file (usually $HOME/.notmuch-config) and add:
[addressbook] path=/home/USER/.notmuch-abook.db backend=sqlite3
where USER is your username (or at any other place).
The default notmuch query string is:
NOT tag:junk AND NOT folder:drafts AND NOT tag:deleted
If you prefer something else, you can specify it in notmuch configuration file:
[addressbook] path=/home/USER/.notmuch-abook.db backend=sqlite3 query=folder:Inbox OR folder:Sent
If you use a non-default notmuch configuration file, you should set the NOTMUCH_CONFIG environment variable (see notmuch man page). This can even be done inside the vimrc file, with:
let $NOTMUCH_CONFIG = expand("~/.notmuch-config-custom")
In your favorite mail filter program, add a rule such as (for procmail), so all new mail will be parsed:
:0 Wh | python $HOME/.vim/bundle/notmuch-abook/pythonx/notmuch_abook.py update
If you can't use procmail (eg if you are using offlineimap) then you could put the following few lines at the start of the post-new hook (before you remove the new tag). Also note this is shell syntax, so you'll have to adapt if your hook is in another language.
# first update notmuch-abook for file in $(notmuch search --output=files tag:new) ; do cat "$file" | $HOME/bin/notmuch-abook update done
For the first time, you shall launch the script as follows to create the addresses database (it takes ~20 seconds for 10000 mails):
python $HOME/.vim/bundle/notmuch-abook/pythonx/notmuch_abook.py create
and then, to lookup an address, either you use the vimscript to complete
<c-x><c-u>) the name in a header field, or you can call it from commandline:
python $HOME/.vim/bundle/notmuch-abook/pythonx/notmuch_abook.py lookup Guyz
the script will match any word beginning with the pattern in the name and address parts of the entry.
- Maintainer: Bernard Guyzmo Pratz
(c)2013, Bernard Guyzmo Pratz, guyzmo at m0g dot net
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