Re: [off-list] Re: Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-30 Thread John Cradock
Thanks for the clarification.


On Nov 29, 2007 10:56 PM, Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Nov 29, 2007, at 9:45 PM, John Cradock wrote:

  You mean this will be fixed in the next release of Yojimbo? Any idea
  when this will be?

 Yes - the next release of Yojimbo. Sorry if this wasn't clear.

 I know the problem is frustrating. Please bear with us while we
 prepare the next release which will take care of this issue.

 Jim

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Re: Export in one file

2007-11-30 Thread Kenneth Kirksey


On Nov 30, 2007, at 9:45 AM, Claude wrote:

I want to export in one file all my passwords : actually when I try  
to export them I have one text file for each password !


Is there a solution, an Apple script ?...


I wrote the following to do the same thing with serial numbers. You  
should be able to modify it to do passwords. This isn't the most  
efficient way to do it, given that I wrote it with the Applescript  
knowledge I had at the time. I'd do it differnetly if I wrote it  
again. :) Hope that helps!


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-- Yojimbo Serials to Tab-Delimited
--
--  Takes a folder of serial number files exported from Yojimbo and  
converts them to a tab-delimited file. The first line in the

-- tab delimited file contains the field names.
--
--   How to Use: 
--  1) Export your serial number records from Yojimbo to a  
folder.

--
--  2) Drag that folder on to the Yojimbo Serials to Tab- 
Delimited Script

--
--  2006.03.20 - Version 1
--
--   Author: Kenneth Kirksey
--   Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
--
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on open theFolder

tell application Finder
set serialsFiles to document files of (item 1 of theFolder)

set numberOfFiles to number of items in serialsFiles
set iteration to 1



		-- Prompt the user for where they want to save the resulting  
bookmarks file. Write the field names to the first

--  record in the file.


		set outFileLocation to choose file name with prompt Save serials  
file as default name serials.txt


set outFile to open for access outFileLocation with write 
permission

		write (Product Name  tab  Owner Name  tab  Email Address   
tab  Organization  tab  Serial Number  return) to outFile




-- Step through each file to extract:
--Product Name
--Owner Name
--Email Address
--Organization
--Serial Number


repeat with theFile in serialsFiles

if iteration mod 5 = 0 then
display dialog Processing   iteration   of   numberOfFiles  
  records. buttons {Cancel} giving up after 1

end if

set inFile to (open for access (theFile as alias))


---
			-- Each line is delimted with a linefeed (Unix style). Read in a  
line, trim off the trailing linefeed, and trim off

-- the field label at the beginning of the line.

---
set theProductName to (read inFile until ASCII 
character 10)
			set theProductName to (text items 15 through -2 of theProductName)  
as string

if theProductName contains (ASCII character 10) then
set theProductName to 
end if

set theOwnerName to (read inFile until ASCII character 
10)
			set theOwnerName to (text items 13 through -2 of theOwnerName) as  
string

if theOwnerName contains (ASCII character 10) then
set theOwnerName to 
end if

set theEmailAddress to (read inFile until ASCII 
character 10)
			set theEmailAddress to (text items 16 through -2 of  
theEmailAddress) as string

if theEmailAddress contains (ASCII character 10) then
set theEmailAddress to 
end if

set theOrganization to (read inFile until ASCII 
character 10)
			set theOrganization to (text items 15 through -2 of  
theOrganization) as string

if 

Re: Importing Passwords and Serial Numbers from Password Retriever?

2007-11-30 Thread Steve Kalkwarf
Has anyone done this before? What is the best way to do it? 
Password Retriever can export records as delimited data files, 
but when I try to import it into Yojimbo, I run into field 
mapping issues. Before I start migrating seven years of 
passwords, serial numbers, etc, from Password Retriever to 
Yojimbo, I wanted to check and see if anyone had any 
suggestions for making this a less painful task.


I'd use an AppleScript to iterate over your entries.

If you can post a couple of example lines, somebody will 
probably be able to help.



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Re: Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-30 Thread Claude
Very simple. Just do : print (comm.-P) and choose in the popup menu  
(PDF) : Yojimbo !

Claude



Le 29 nov. 07 à 18:31, John Cradock a écrit :


Is there an easy way to get an entire message from Mail into Yojimbo,
including the headers? I know I can select the text and then import
it, but is there one step way of getting all of this in?

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Importing Passwords and Serial Numbers from Password Retriever?

2007-11-30 Thread Robert Snyder
Has anyone done this before? What is the best way to do it? Password  
Retriever can export records as delimited data files, but when I try  
to import it into Yojimbo, I run into field mapping issues. Before I  
start migrating seven years of passwords, serial numbers, etc, from  
Password Retriever to Yojimbo, I wanted to check and see if anyone had  
any suggestions for making this a less painful task.


Thanks.

Robert



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The Pennsylvania State University
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University Park  PA  16802
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Re: Importing Passwords and Serial Numbers from Password Retriever?

2007-11-30 Thread Kenneth Kirksey


On Nov 30, 2007, at 9:45 AM, Robert Snyder wrote:

Has anyone done this before? What is the best way to do it? Password  
Retriever can export records as delimited data files, but when I try  
to import it into Yojimbo, I run into field mapping issues. Before I  
start migrating seven years of passwords, serial numbers, etc, from  
Password Retriever to Yojimbo, I wanted to check and see if anyone  
had any suggestions for making this a less painful task.


Jim DeVona posted the following script earlier this year. Worked for me.

-- Example script to import passwords or serial numbers from tab  
delimited files into Yojimbo

-- Jim DeVona 8 March 2007

set _type to button returned of (display alert Select what kind of  
data to import to Yojimbo: buttons {Cancel, Serial Numbers,  
Passwords} cancel button 1)

if _type is Cancel or _type is  then
return
end if

-- read the file
set _file to choose file with prompt Select a tab delimited file  
containing   _type

open for access _file
set _data to read _file using delimiter {(ASCII character 13), (ASCII  
character 10)}

close access _file

-- import each line as a tab delimited record
-- per http://www.blankreb.com/studiosnips.php?ID=17
set _delim to AppleScript's text item delimiters
set AppleScript's text item delimiters to tab -- or {,}
repeat with _index from 1 to count of _data
try
set _line to the text items of item _index of _data
if _type is Passwords then
-- items are name, location, account, and password
			MakePassword(item 1 of _line, item 2 of _line, item 3 of _line,  
item 4 of _line)

else if _type is Serial Numbers then
-- items are product, owner, serial number, and comments
			MakeSerial(item 1 of _line, item 2 of _line, item 3 of _line, item  
4 of _line)

end if
end try
end repeat
set AppleScript's text item delimiters to _delim

on MakePassword(_name, _location, _account, _password)
tell application Yojimbo
		set _new to make new password item with properties {name:_name,  
location:_location, account:_account, password:_password}

end tell
end MakePassword

on MakeSerial(_product, _owner, _number, _comments)
tell application Yojimbo
		set _new to make new serial number item with properties  
{name:_product, owner name:_owner, serial number:_number,  
comments:_comments}

end tell
end MakeSerial

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Re: Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-30 Thread John Cradock
Thanks for the reply. This brings it in as a PDF, but I'd like to get
it in as text.


On Nov 30, 2007 9:45 AM, Claude [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Very simple. Just do : print (comm.-P) and choose in the popup menu
 (PDF) : Yojimbo !
 Claude



 Le 29 nov. 07 à 18:31, John Cradock a écrit :

  Is there an easy way to get an entire message from Mail into Yojimbo,
  including the headers? I know I can select the text and then import
  it, but is there one step way of getting all of this in?
 
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Re: SyncTogether? or other LAN sync apps (other than .Mac)

2007-11-30 Thread David Morton
On Nov 26, 2007 12:14 PM, TjL [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I'm looking at SyncTogether for LAN syncing of Yojimbo

I bought it the day it was launched - before there was a trial version
- and it has never worked.

Every attempt at sync ends with a crash. Sometimes it just quits,
other times I get this error message:
http://homepage.mac.com/dhmorton/images/synctogether.jpg
which doesn't really inspire confidence in the code.

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