MailTags was released today by Scott Morrison, the same developer who brought Mail Act-on to Apple Mail. And the new plug-in is just as good. What Act-on does for sorting, MailTags does for email management.
Used together, Act-on and MailTags bring “power-user” features to Apple Mail that were once the domain of Entourage. Conventional wisdom has it that Apple Mail is only good for email dilettantes. Heavy or professional people need to use Entourage (or so MacWorld likes to claim).
Now Apple Mail users gain some of Entourage’s mail management but without the bloat.
MailTags can be downloaded from Scott’s website and is donationware.
UPDATE: MailTags 1.1 was released on 1 November 2005.
- Two more apps offer MailTags integration
- MailTags 1.2.2: Mouseless tagging and more
- MailTags 2.0 Public Beta 10: Even smarter IMAP tag handling
- Tabbable MailTags: Another improvement?
- MailTags 2.0 Public Beta 9: Better and better
No tags for this post.