Connect the services you want to automate with your @mailscript address.
Define criteria for your automations. We have predefined parsers for GitHub, GSuite and more.
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Daemon: You can run Mailscript on any terminal (or even in Docker!). This allows you to run your own parsers or execute commands when specific emails arrive.
# Add a new email address mailscript addresses:add \ --address firstname.lastname@example.org # Setup a forward action mailscript actions:add \ --name forward-to-personal-email \ --forward email@example.com \ --from firstname.lastname@example.org mailscript workflows:add \ --name sales-to-personal-email \ --input email@example.com \ --action forward-to-personal-email # Test the new redirect mailscript send \ --to firstname.lastname@example.org \ --from email@example.com \ --subject "Quick test" \ --text "the body"
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PRs: Discard commits from repos you don't want, snooze PRs until review dates, filter by organization.
Issues: Get alerts when specific issues or people assign you an issue.
Actions: Get notifications or execute commands when a build has failed on your commit.
Catch-all: firstname.lastname@example.org also grants you *@myname.mailscript.com. You can even use + or . in addresses for more control.
Groups: Create group addresses like team@ that redirect to specific team members.
Routing: Create custom rules if emails arrive at a specific address, or match a specific rule.
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