Just when I thought I had posted enough for today, Andreas Amann releases a updated, Leopard-friendly version of his most excellent Mail Scripts.
Mail Scripts is a collection of eleven applescripts, bundled up in a user-friendly installer, which will remove duplicate messages in Mail.app, create rules from a selected email faster, archive messages, change SMTP servers on the fly, schedule emails for delivery later and much, much more.
They are now compatible with Leopard, although Andreas adds a note of caution about two of the scripts:
When sending messages other than text/plain (i.e., HTML messages and messages with attachments) using either the “Send all Drafts” or “Schedule Delivery” scripts, Mail might fail to actually send the message and present a dialog telling that the message failed to be sent using the server “null” – re-selecting the correct SMTP server will cause the message to be sent as intended. This seems to be a bug in Mail with the application forgetting the correct SMTP server settings which hopefully will be fixed in a future system upgrade.
Mail Scripts is donation-ware and available from Andreas’ web site . No mail user should be without them.
- Mail Scripts gets even more leopardy
- Two ways to send emails at a specific time
- Schedule emails to send later in Mail.app
- Mail Scripts 2.7.8
- Mail Scripts adds useful features to Apple Mail
Tags: Apple Mail, applescript, archive, duplicates, leopard mail, Mail Scripts, mail.app, plugins, rules