|Name||Mail Plugin – ForgetMeNot 1.4.4|
|Created on||2016-01-28 13:47:56|
|Files||ForgetMeNot 1.4.4 (1919) + [k]/ForgetMeNot 1.x [SP].zip (1.21 MB)
ForgetMeNot 1.4.4 (1919) + [k]/ForgetMeNot Installer 1.4.4 (1919).pkg.zip (4.60 MB)
Name: Mail Plugin - ForgetMeNot Version: 1.4.4 (1919) Mac Platform: Intel Includes: K OS version: 10.7 or later Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor RAM minimum: ... Video RAM: ... _____________________ Block connections to: www.chungwasoft.com www.feingeist.io _____________________ How to uninstall a Mail plugin? To completely uninstall a plugin with name PLUGIN_NAME, follow these steps: 1. Open Finder 2. Press Cmd+Shift+G on your keyboard 3. Enter “~/Library/Mail/Bundles/” and confirm 4. Remove the file PLUGIN_NAME.mailbundle More Info: http://www.chungwasoft.com/forgetmenot/ Apple Mail Plugin ForgetMeNot - Unforgettable Attachments. Attachments: Everywhere and Nowhere Millions of emails are sent every single day and in many cases they do not only contain text. Email attachments extend conventional text emails by images, music, documents and even videos. Typically people compose their email text and add their file attachments right before they send the email - if they do not forget to attach! Never Forget again! Probably everybody had this feeling before: You just clicked on "Send" in your favorite email client and immediately after realized that you mentioned an attachment iny our email text, but forgot about attaching the described file to the email. What do you do now? You send another email with the files attached and something like: "Here are the attachments - finally." Forget about these embarrassing emails from now: Install ForgetMeNot and never forget about attaching files again! Simple and Extensible ForgetMeNot scans your email text for special keywords referring to attached files and reminds you if it cannot find an attachment when you try to send your email. It comes with predefined keywords for some languages, but you can easily add more custom keywords to make ForgetMeNot work even more reliably.