The minor bump of the version number hides the fact that a number of small features have been added to MailMate in the passing month (see the list below). This release supports Mac OS X Snow Leopard, but, as previously noted, you should expect version 1.6 to require Mac OS X Lion.
Here are the most interesting changes since version 1.5.1:
- New “Synchronization Schedule” submenu for the Mailbox menu to configure how often individual mailboxes are synchronized.
- “Send and Archive”, “Reply All”, and “Flag” are now available as optional toolbar buttons.
- Inlined images are now rotated according to EXIF data in images (Mountain Lion only).
- Added “Reply to …” to the context sensitive menu of addresses in the headers view.
- Now respects the first/last name ordering of individual contacts in the “Address Book” (“Contacts” on Mountain Lion).
- Automatic handling of
winmail.dat(TNEF) files. This is an experimental feature for expert users. Feedback is welcome.
- Low level feature can be used to add custom email headers to outgoing messages.
- Improved handling of OpenPGP and S/MIME. Now MailMate properly handles signed/encryped body parts in
- Various IMAP fixes/workarounds including a number of fixes to handle ‘
\‘ and ‘
- SMTP code now correctly handles lines prefixed with one or more dots.
- And more…
Detailed release notes can be seen here.