Scott likes Apple Mail and has been playing around with all the plug-ins and add-ons. He has some interesting observations on Mail Stamps vs. Cagefighter vs. DeButtonizer, and has road-tested and compared two of the Spam apps, Spam Sieve vs JunkMatcher.
Stowe Boyd, “a well-known media subversive”, is not so happy. He wants to be able to read his Gmail off-line, write replies and then upload them again when he reconnects. MacFreePOPs, MailForward or POP access to Gmail don’t seem to be for him. He wants a dedicated tool to do the job:
Yes, I realize that I could (possibly) configure Apple Mail, or Mozilla, or something to sort of do this. But it seems more attractive to have a small, lightweight, dedicated app to do this, rather than fool around with a big fat app.
- MacFreePOPs 1.6
- MacFreePOPs 2.0: Webmail plugin gets auto-updates, goes almost universal
- http-mail plugin broken after 10.4.3 update?
- MacFreePOPs: Getting emails from hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo!, SquirrelMail, AOL, etc
- Gmail and spam: A problem, a suggestion
Tags: Apple Mail, email, GMAIL, mail.app, plugins, spam