Send page by email - 1.1

by lio

Send page by email using the context menu to create a shortcut(page,link,image,text), using the default mailto function and Gmail
Es:Crea un acceso directo para enviar una pagina web por correo electrónico.
Version: 6.0.472+

How to use:

Click right button to open context menu on the page or item.

To send page-> click on any part that contains no active elements.

To send an image-> click on the image and select whether to send the picture or the link href target if available.

To send a text-> select some text and right click and send.

  • 1.1
  • GPL
  • lio
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Send page by email  using the context menu to create a shortcut(page,link,image,text), using the default  mailto function or  Gmail.

We need a mail account configured to run  local mailto.
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Es necesaria una cuenta de correo configurada , para que funcione mailto
Version: 6.0.472+

How to use:Click right button to open context menu on the page or item.

To send page-> click on any part that contains no active elements.

To send an image-> click on the image and select whether to send the picture or the link href target if available.

To send a text-> select some text and right click and send.


Change Log:

Added support  to Gmail,
selected text ,
send link,
 image link.


Older Versions

  1. Version 1.0
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    Send page by email using the context menu to create a shortcut, using the default mailto function Es:Crea un acceso directo para enviar una pagina web por correo electrónico. Version: 6.0.472+

    Change Log:

    None

Reviews

  1. puctures says:

    thank you for extention

  2. lio says:

    thanks for comment ;)

  3. Augie says:

    How do u access this tool lio! Thanks a lot!

  4. lio says:

    Is a context menu , right click on page

  5. Steven says:

    A couple suggestions. One is that you have an option to decide whether or not to use gmail or the default mail client. Once this preference is set, it cuts down the clicks to send an email by one.

    Another is that when gmail comes up, it would be better for it to be a separate window rather than a tab.

    Lastly, when the email comes up replace the “Interesting Link” text with the title of the webpage that you are on.

    Great extension.

  6. lio says:

    Thanks for the suggestions for the next revision

  7. Roland says:

    How do I email a page with the extension???

  8. Roland says:

    I got it! Cool But it doesn’t send a page – it sends a link.

  9. Joey Connick says:

    This extension is AWESOME… just what I was looking for!

    I would completely agree with Steven’s comments from July 2, 2011, though. I never want to send with Gmail so it would great if I could turn this option off and hence have fewer menu choices/clicks.

    And making the title of the page the subject of the email would also be great. Maybe even with some configurable options, like adding a prefix or suffix phrase. You know, if you have tons of spare time on your hands. :)

  10. wolf schaechter says:

    EXCELLENT EXTENSION ! Works perfectly — once you know WHERE TO FIND IT. However…

    Would it be asking too much of you IDIOTS to explain in the extension page HOW TO ACCESS THE FUNCTION? The way you do it is BEAUTIFUL — but having to go to the comment page to find out how to use the extension is stupid/user-UNfriendly/inconsiderate/arrogant… You get my drift, right ?

    I’m not happy because I installed the extension three times yesterday and could not see it or know how to use it.

  11. lio says:

    Is a context menu, but you’re right.

  12. wolves says:

    Please add page title as subject

  13. Michael says:

    Hi,

    Good extension, however, it will not work if you click on a page that displays a pdf file. It would useful to have another mechanism of opening up the context menu, like an icon on the toolbar?

    Cheers,
    Michael.

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