|Name||Mail Act-On 3.2|
|Created on||2015-09-23 12:45:34|
|Files||Mail Act-On 3.2/MailAct-On 3 SN.rtf (0.72 kB)|
Mail Act-On 3.2/MailActOn32.zip (9.63 MB)
Descriptions for Description
Name: Mail Act-On
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.9 or later
Use the included Serial.
What's new in Version 3.2:
[OS] Provides compatibility for OS X 10.11 (El Capitan)
[OS] Removes Official compatibility for OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
[New] Adds preference to Preferred Mailbox to mark messages as read when moving to a preferred mailbox.
[New] Adds uninstall button to prefereces.
[New] Adds preference to control direction of next message when using spacebar to advance.
[Fix] Consistency issues with use of spacebar to select next message.
[Fix] Several issues when applying outbox rules to delivered messages.
[Fix] Several issues with delaying message delivery.
[Fix] Issue with templates not working in specific circumstances.
[Fix] Message preview not showing message after move in some circumstances.
[Fix] Stability issue with Daylight Mail Integration plugin.
[Fix] Rules not reloading properly after changing synchronization settings.
[Fix] Issue on 10.10 where auto response not being handled properly for forward or redirect.
[Fix] Stability issues with Regular Expression criteria.
Mail Act-On is a plug-in designed to integrate with the Mail app in order to extend its capabilities.
The Mail Act-On plug-in comes with its own installer which reduces the process to following the onscreen instructions. Note that the same utility includes an uninstall option that allows you to correctly remove the plug-in from your system.
The plug-in integrates seamlessly with your Mail app, and you will be able to adjust its settings by navigating to the Mail Preferences window. In addition, in the Rules panel, you can easily define new management rules that can be quickly applied via the Mail Act-On menu.
By default, Mail Act-On comes with various hotkeys designed to help you access the plug-in menus in no time. This way, while the main Mail window is in front, you can easily open the Mail Act-On main menu or the rules panel by pressing the F1 or F2 keys (in the System Preferences make use that the “Use all F1, F2, etc. keys as standard function keys).
At the same time, you can easily move or copy messages to other locations, open mailboxes, or decide to reply to emails by using a template. All these functions will prove to be very efficient if you need to deal with a large number of emails as fast as possible.