MailMate 1.1.2 Released

See the full release notes within MailMate. Here is a short list:

  • Improved mailbox search. Most importantly, you can now store a default set of search conditions.
  • Improved completion of addresses in the composer.
  • Support for SMTP authorization via the LOGIN method (important for SMTP servers which do not support PLAIN).
  • Fixed bug related to deletion of spam. Make sure you read the release notes if you use SpamSieve.
  • Various other changes and bug fixes.

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Reviews

Macworld wrote:
  • As email search abilities go, this seems less like bringing a gun to a knife fight, and more like thundering into that particular duel at the controls of a helicopter gunship.
  • Needless to say, the program never crashed, glitched, or gave me any sort of trouble during my tests. MailMate does not know weakness.
About.com wrote:
  • MailMate is a refreshingly efficient way to deal with mail in IMAP accounts, all with handy keyboard shortcuts, superior search and precise smart folders.
  • As a testament to its raw power, MailMate does not stop at From: or body text, of course; instead, you can have it match just names or first names, email addresses, domain names, parts of domain names, quoted text and what not.
Lifehacker wrote:
  • Search is amazing, providing you with a ridiculous amount of control.
  • Practically everything can be accessed using the keyboard.

User Quotes

Rob Schumann (MacUpdate) wrote:
  • I […] felt immediately at home with its much more capable filtering system that can be directed at any folder, not just the inbox, and the ability to construct complex any/all rules that can be nested multiple levels deep.
  • […] in general it just feels significantly faster than Mail.app
David Levy (email) wrote:
  • I've been stress testing MailMate with a variable and highly intermittent connection. […] My overall assessment is that MailMate has been markedly superior [to Apple Mail] in this use modality […]
Tom Borowski (blog) wrote:
  • […]this way of handling signatures is far superior to any other approach I’ve seen so far. Why hardly anyone implements it in this way is a mystery to me.
TheBrix2008 (MacUpdate) wrote:
  • […] on first run, MailMate spotted my Mail.app IMAP settings, prompted for import, then got to work without fuss.
  • it has a phenomenal array of filtering, statistics and views […] My favourite is “Correspondence”, which picks out all email from your current correspondent and lists it in a separate pane… instantly.
  • The author should be rewarded for having the courage to start from scratch.