Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 769546
New Mail Arrived notification Kmail + Jovie Speech customizing
Last modified: 2012-08-07 15:03:56 EDT
This is more a wish, but I think this will be a breakthrough :) !!! (When PC start to talk to you at least a little bit)
When a new message arrives, Kmail has ability to speak! Which is great but not enough: I don't want to listen to a standard text but have a proper functionality:
When a new message arrives, Jovie should say
New Message arrived from %SENDER
-> New Message arrived from Linus Torvalds
(if Linus Torvalds is in the Address Book, falling back to email@domain without the TLD .com)
Email about %MSG_SUBJECT
(... That is what prompted me to develop KTTSD in 2002. I think it should be possible already or quite close to possible; but I haven't used KDE in years, so I'm not sure.... Next ... I did look into this, and it
seems the kmail notifications don't provide that detailed information.
Here I can set the kmail new message notification to say either "New
mail has arrived" or some custom text or "new mail has arrived x in
folder y..." but nothing about sender...)
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