It lives! The Return of MailTemplate
mailtemplateMailTemplate is back! This plug-in uses templates with predefined macros to speed up your replies. It briefly went into the Plug-in Graveyard after 10.4 arrived, but seems to have been acquired by a new developer.
Fully Tiger-compatible, the updated version (1.4.2) includes the Contextual menu and Template Editor. The new developer will honour licences from previous version, or you can buy a new one for USD 14.95. It is available from the developer’s website.
[43Folders had the good news]
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Hawk Wings » Blog Archive » The Plug-in Graveyard says:
13 October 2005, 6:27 am at 6:27 am
[...] MailTemplate is back. MailTemplates offered users the ability to use pre-made messages or templates to send similar messages to different people. In its most recent version it also included some extras for the contextual menu which were very useful. It doesn’t work correctly in Mail 2.0 and the developer has announced that its development is discontinued. That’s sad, but leaves a hole in the market for an enterprising coder. [...]