Is there a way to customize the awesome Textmate Email Bundle so that, instead of prompting me for an email address, when I run the command it sends my email directly to a pre-set email address (or list of email addresses)?
The current code:
to=$(CocoaDialog inputbox --title "Send an email to..." \ --informative-text "Who should I email?" \ --button1 "Make it so ☛" --button2 "Cancel") [[ $(head -n1 <<<"$to") == "2" ]] && exit_discard ### Setup your mailing options ### firstname.lastname@example.org to=$(tail -n1 <<<"$to") server=smtp.gmail.com port=587 ssl=true email@example.com password=XXXXX
It seems I would need to swap out the "to=" line for something else, but I don't understand the code well enough. If I just substiture an email in that space it doesn't work...
ok, I figured out half of this. If I insert the --text line below, I am prompted with a pre-populated field for sending one email, and can just hit send:
--title "Send an email to..." \ --text "firstname.lastname@example.org" \ --informative-text "Who should I email?" \
Now, is there a way I can send multiple emails? I'm not finding much in my searches. I've tried stringing emails together with a comma, but that doesn't seem to work. tries to send the email to the whole string. I've read a few things that suggest I need to add multiple "to" headers, but all my guesses to what that might mean aren't resulting in much.
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