It’s a minor version bump, but there are lots of changes to MailMate in this update. In particular, this release should work much better on Mojave — and it is quite likely that you are on Mojave. It seems MailMate users have upgraded faster than ever before and more than 49% of MailMate users are now on Mojave. This is just 6 weeks after its release. High Sierra (10.13) is down to 35%, Sierra (10.12) at 9%, El Capitan at 5% (10.11) , and the rest (10.6-10.10) is just 2%. Oh, and a few users appear to be on 10.15…
The new dark mode in Mojave has required a lot of work, but I don’t consider this work to be complete yet. Most notable is the out of place looking status bar in the Composer window.
As usual, you can read the detailed release notes, but here are some of the highlights:
- New: Completely reimplemented the mailbox list. This fixes issues on both both Mojave and earlier macOS releases.
- New: Mailboxes status bar updated for Mojave.
- New: Mailboxes status bar now includes a quota level indicator if supported by the currently selected IMAP account.
- New: Hidden preferences for detailed control of the new quota display:
- New: Basic AppleScript support to access the selected messages of the front-most window and getting its header values.
- New: The
mlmt:URL scheme now supports selecting a specific mailbox.
- Changed: Improved the default guesses for IMAP/SMTP hostnames based on the email address provided. This should often make adding new accounts much simpler.
MmDefaultBccHeadernow accepts a dictionary-mapping in order to be more flexible.
- Fixed: Bug which caused MailMate to create a wrong Date header when close to changes in daylight savings time.