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Org and Mac OS X

Assorted hacks to interact with org-mode whilst working with OS X applications other than Emacs…

For use within Emacs

Pull information from other applications into org-mode.

org-mac-iCal – import OS X iCal.app events into Emacs diary

Written by Christopher Suckling.

org-mac-link – Hyperlink to items in mac applications

grab the current link or selection from an open mac application and insert it as a hyperlink at point in an org-mode document. Written by Anthony Lander.

org-mac-mail-link – Hyperlink to messages in Mail.app

A small elisp file that addresses linking to Mail.app messages directly via the org-capture system. For wider application support check out org-mac-link.

For use outside Emacs

Push information from the current application into org-mode.

org-mac-protocol – create links and remember notes from a variety of OS X applications

Written by Christopher Suckling. Address Book support by Alexander Poslavsky.

Version: 0.634

A suite of scripts that allow the user to annotate their org-mode buffers without switching focus from other OS X applications.

The following applications are currently supported:


A git repository, together with full documentation, can be found at http://github.com/claviclaws/org-mac-protocol.

org-mac-maillink – linking to messages in OS X Microsoft Entourage app

A short Applescript/terminal hack that allows the user to create a link to a message from within the Microsoft Entourage application and paste it directly into an Org-mode file. The link uses the email's subject line as its description. Written by Matt Strickland.

alfred-org-capture - Use Alfred to run org-capture

Use Alfred to call up org-capture from only a couple key strokes Written by JJ Asghar. With acknowledged work by Haider Rizvi, Robert P. Goldman, Alan Schmitt, Alexander Baier, and Damon Haley

Documentation from the orgmode.org/worg/ website (either in its HTML format or in its Org format) is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License version 1.3 or later. The code examples and css stylesheets are licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 or later.