Taskimporter v1.0.0\n(c) Klaus (opto) The Taskimporter module allows to import tasks into web2project projects from emails.\nIt can process plain emails, but also forwarded emails, i.e. tasks generated from email communications with others. These emails will be added as email (eml) file. These can, for example, directly be opened into Thuderbird, where the attachments of the orginal email are available. The first few lines of plain or forwarded emails must contain some info on user, project, task name, see below for the appropriate format of this info. The body text of the forwarded email will be added to the task description.\nThe full forwarded email will be added as file attachment in eml format to the task. This file attachment will also contain all attachments that were part of the original email. Attachments to the plain email (if not forwarded) are not yet directly added as files to the task. But these emails are also attached as file to the task, which makes their attachments available in the eml file. More info see readme.txt file. Available in my github space: https://github.com/opto/web2project-taskimporter on Sunday Aug 10th. Enjoy, Klaus

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