Email List

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  1. jdawson

    jdawson New Email

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    How do I print out a list of all my email in gmail, or google?
     


  2. popowich

    popowich EQ Forum Admin Staff Member

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    Hello,

    What information do you want printed in the list?

    For example Date:, To:, From:, Subject:, and/or the actual emails too?

    :welcome: to Email Questions!
     

  3. jdawson

    jdawson New Email

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    I'm trying to print out a list of all my emails, by the usual subject matter: Date/name, etc. I have to go through all the email and decided which emails can be applied to a specific grant program for my work. I want to print this list both in table format as well as memo format. I plan on saving to OneNote and then printing what I need.
     
  4. rfs9999

    rfs9999 IMAP Tools

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    I've got a Perl script that does most of what you want. Here's how it works:

    Usage: ./list_msgs.pl host/user/password [folder list]

    For example, if you want a list of the messages in your Gmail inbox you would type:

    ./list_msgs.pl imap.gmail.com:993/user/password INBOX

    The output is a set of fields delimited by the '|' character, one line per message in the following format: Folder|Subject|Senders|Date

    For instance:

    Inbox|Re: [IMAP-tools] Version 1.30 of migrateIMAP.pl released with|Rick Sanders <rfs9999@earthlink.net>|30-Mar-2013 15:01:26 +0000

    It's not exactly what you need but you could either reformat the output or tweak the script.

    If you want a copy let me know.

    -Rick
     

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