Good news for Mail Act-on users who are not prepared to try to install the plugin manually under Leopard.
Scott has created a Leopard-friendly installer that will put the bundle in your Mail directory and run the Terminal commands needed to re-enable bundles in Leopard (see an earlier post for the text of the commands).
He hasn’t updated any of the code yet, and there is one small bug — using Mail Act-on to move a message with a Leopard Mail to-do attached to a different folder may break the link to the message in the to-do.
This is a small price to pay for the plugin that does all the heavy lifting for me, giving me a quick and smart filing workflow.
I don’t know how anyone could use Mail.app without it. Neither do Merlin Mann and Amit Gupta.
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Tags: Apple Mail, Leopard, mail.app, plugins, Productivity