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ANN: OutlookVim 10.0

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  • David Fishburn
    OutlookVim is a plugin for Microsoft Windows Outlook users. It simply adds a button in Outlook which will spawn Vim, allow you to edit the body of the
    Message 1 of 1 , May 31, 2013
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      OutlookVim is a plugin for Microsoft Windows Outlook users.

      It simply adds a button in Outlook which will spawn Vim, allow you to
      edit the body of the currently open email and when you :w, it will
      update Outlook with the results.

      There are more details, you can read about them here:
      http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=3087

      New to version 10.0

      New Features
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      - Editing HTML formated Outlook emails is now supported.  A new option has been added, g:outlook_supported_body_format, can have one of two values: plain or html.

      NOTE: Outlook html contains a lot of markup tags.  It can make it difficult to find the body text within all the tags.

      - A new option has been added, g:outlook_file_type, which defaults to 'mail'.  When opening the buffer within Vim, this file type is set for the buffer.   You may want to change this value if you are editig HTM emails.

      - A new command has been added: OutlookNewEmail.  This will take the contents of the existing buffer and create a new Outlook email.  If the filetype is 'html' and g:outlook_supported_body_format = 'html', the email body will be html rather than plain text.  The command can be run as often as necessary, a new Outlook email will be created each time.
                                                                                    
      Bug Fixes
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      - The additional changes to the VB code to support both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms does not work with Outlook 2007 32-bit (at least).  The new changes will work for either (Greg Dunn).

      .

      As usual, with all my plugins, feedback good and bad is always welcome.

      Enjoy.
      Dave

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