|2023-09-09||TODO.txt: Initialize||Sören Tempel|
|2023-09-03||README.md: Explicitly mention that mblaze-ui requires Go >= 1.21.0||Sören Tempel|
|2023-09-02||README.md: Document Usage Example||Sören Tempel|
|2023-09-02||Add To-Do regarding mflag -v||Sören Tempel|
|2023-09-02||Add key binding to mark mails as trashed/untrashed||Sören Tempel|
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A minimal TUI for the mblaze email client.
mblaze-ui is tcell-based terminal user interface for the
mblaze email client. Similar to existing Unix utilities
mblaze(7), it operates on the current message sequence as set by
mseq(1). For each mail of the sequence, it prints a one line summary
mscan(1). Using the arrow keys, a mail from the sequence
can be selected and manipulated using the key bindings described below.
Conceptually, mblaze-ui is therefore similar to
mless(1) but offers
a pager-independent interface.
This software requires at least Go 1.21.0. If such a Go version
is available on your system, install using
go install as follows:
$ go install github.com/nmeum/mblaze-ui@latest
Set a message sequence using
mseq(1), for example
$ mlist -s ~/mail/INBOX | msort -r -d | mseq -S
will set the message sequence to all unseen emails in your INBOX and will sort these messages ascending by date. This sequence can then be viewed and modified in a TUI environment using:
In the TUI, a specific message can be selected using the arrow keys. The state of this message can be modified through the key bindings described in the following section.
The following key bindings are currently implemented:
q: Exit mblaze-ui
Ctrl-L: Redraw the screen
Enter: View the currently selected email using
Down: Select the next/previous email
PageDown: Show the next/previous page of mails
F: Mark the email as unflagged/flagged using
S: Mark the email as unseen/seen using
T: Mark the mail as untrashed/trashed using
d: Delete the currently selected email
r: Compose a reply for the selected email
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see https://www.gnu.org/licenses/.