MailMate iconMailMate 1.7.2 Build 3905

Easy to use e-mail client which features state-of-the-art searching capabilities which is also used to provide advanced Smart Mailbox features
The powerful MailMate email client comes with a strong focus on IMAP, keyboard control, and speed.

The encouraged workflow in MailMate is to handle each incoming email by either archiving or deleting it. Smart mailboxes can then be used to automatically organize emails based on any message header of any message body part.

The aim of MailMate is to make navigating, viewing, replying to, and searching for emails as easy and efficient as possible. Even though MailMate is designed for and only supports IMAP, it also works in full when offline.

Visually, MailMate looks like a classic email client with its default use of a three-pane view, but a set of alternative layouts are available including layouts with message views not seen in other email clients.

The long term goal of MailMate is to make it highly configurable by allowing the user to customize both layouts and the views within these layouts. To some extent this is already possible via various experimental features of MailMate.

Main features:

  • Multiple accounts
  • State-of-the-art searching
  • Smart mailboxes
  • Keyboard centric
  • Layouts / views
  • Dynamic signatures
  • Notifications
  • Full offline access

last updated on:
December 18th, 2013, 9:33 GMT
file size:
3.8 MB
developed by:
Freron Software
license type:
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.7 or later
binary format:
Intel only
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MailMate - The left side panel allows you to quickly browse through all connected e-mail accounts' folders.MailMate - The contextual menu will pop-up when right-clicking on the currently selected e-mail.MailMate - From the View menu you will be able to easily re-arrange the e-mails inside MailMate's interface for quicker browsing and viewing..MailMateMailMateMailMateMailMate
What's New in This Release:
  • Calendar Bundles:
  • Experimental bundles added for Calendar (iCal), BusyCal, and Fantastical. The latter two are based on bundles provided by Torsten ‘Teggy’ Grust (thanks!). The Calendar bundle defaults to the use of a calendar named “Work”. For now, you can change this using the defaults command in the Terminal: defaults write com.freron.MailMate MmDefaultCalendarName -string "MyCalendar"
  • If you select text in the displayed email then this is used for the creation of the event. Otherwise, MailMate tries to automatically find a suitable date in the message.
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