Provided by: pycarddav_0.7.0-1_all
pycard-import - import email addresses from mails from stdin
pycard-import(1) imports email addresses from mails piped into its stdin and saves those addresses to the database used by pycardsyncer(1) and pc_query(1). pycard-import(1) is part of the pycarddav package.
BASIC STARTUP OPTIONS -a, --account=NAME Only use the account/resource NAME (this option can be used more than once). -c, --config=CONFIG Use the configuration file CONFIG, otherwise pycard-import(1) will look in $HOME/.pycard/ and $HOME/.config/pycard/ for files named pycard.conf. --debug This option enables debugging output. -h, --help Print a small help text and exit. -v, --version Print pycard-import’s version number and exit. IMPORTING OPTIONS --batch Do not open the editor. --bcc Import the content of the Bcc header. --cc Import the content of the Cc header. -f, --from Import the content of the From header. -n, --dry-run Do not actually update the database (implies --batch). -t, --to Import the content of the To header.
pycard-import was mostly written by Christian Geier, with a lot of help by others, see CONTRIBUTORS.txt in the pycarddav distribution.
Main web site: http://lostpackets.de/pycarddav/ Please report bugs via the contact information at the above web site or via github: http://github.com/geier/khal/.
Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Christian Geier and Contributors. pycard-import and pycarddav are released under the terms of the Expat/MIT license, see the COPYING file distributed with pycarddav. 11/25/2013 PYCARD-IMPORT(1)