tmboxbrowser is a mbox browser that lets you read your e-mails with Vim.
mbox is a widely used format to store e-mails. Thunderbird uses it too.
Here are some key features of "tmboxbrowser":
· Show an index of e-mails contained in a mbox file
· Mark e-mails as read and don't show them again in the index
· View e-mails
· display single parts of a multipart message
· decode quoted printables
· filter html mails through an external program; in the default setup, this requires "w3m" (g:tmboxbrowser_convert_html)
Open a index list with the e-mails in the currently opened mbox.
With [!], read items are displayed too. In this mode, no e-mails are
marked as read.
If [FILE] is given, the file is (newly) edited.
I.e. if you open a mbox, mark all items as read and then want to
browse the file again, you'll have to type>
Alternatively, press < c-t > in the list view to show/hide read mails.
Show a list of mbox files (as defined in g:tmboxbrowser_path).
Open a mbox & call :TMBoxBrowser.
These are effective in the __MBOX_Browser__ window:
i ... Display the index list (in gvim, you can also use )
p ... Select parts or re-view mail
q ... Quit the browser
? ... Help
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