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create mailto URIs

Project description

mailto-uri

Creates mailto URIs. The main use case is to create mailto URIs for support web pages. This makes it easy for users to request stuff by relying on provided mail templates.

installation

Arch Linux:

$ pacaur -S mailto-uri

pip:

$ pip install mailto-uri

usage

Create a mail template:

echo 'please increase my quota' > increase-quota.txt

Create mailto URI:

$ mailto-uri -s 'increase quota' -r support@example.org -i increase-quota.txt
mailto:support@example.org?subject=increase%20quota&body=please%20increase%20my%20quota%0a

This URI can then be pasted into web pages.

Plain HTML:

<a href="mailto:support@example.org?subject=increase%20quota&body=please%20increase%20my%20quota%0a">increase quota</a>

Markdown:

If you need more storage, ask us to [increase your quota](mailto:support@example.org?subject=increase%20quota&body=please%20increase%20my%20quota%0a).

MediaWiki:

If you need more storage, ask us to [mailto:support@example.org?subject=increase%20quota&body=please%20increase%20my%20quota%0a increase your quota].

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