Free Video Tutorial: MailSuite - Apple Mac, iPad & iPhone Tutorials from ScreenCastsOnline

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Have you ever wished you could do more with the built-in Apple Mail app on your Mac? Well with MailSuite, you can. MailSuite combines four powerful email tools in a single Apple Mail plugin, giving you the power and flexibility you need to crank through mountains of email effortlessly and still keep it all neatly organized.

This week, Mike explains how to take your email game to the next level using the different tools included in MailSuite. You'll learn how to apply rules to emails using keystrokes, apply tags and keywords to messages, set up custom perspectives when working on a big project, and how to set up signatures that you can use across email accounts.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Installation
  • Mail Act-On
  • MailTags
  • Mail Perspectives
  • SigPro

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Video Tutorial Comments

(5 comments posted)

John North

I absolutely love this software. I used it enthusiastically, especially the tags, and found it hugely useful. Then MacOS updated and they weren't ready for months with an update that worked with the new OS. All my hard work down the drain. You can't make use of tags when there are massive gaps in your tagged emails. I didn't use it again.

Love the software, but they let me down big time with updates.

Andrew Spells

Great explanation from Mike - very clear!

Jana Brech

Re the F1 function to open ActOn menu (08:41), can we reprogram these shortcuts to use a different function key? (Currently my F1 key copies the email to Eaglefiler, and I would prefer to preserve that functionality).

Or do I have to ask for support from to find out? I'm a bit reluctant to email them for support as it seems they are inundated with emails.


Jana Brech

It's OK, I answered my own question. I was able to change F1 to another function key via Mail Settings > Mail Act-On > Menus then clicking on the menu item then pressing a different function key instead of F1.


Don McAllister

Excellent! Thanks for feeding back the solution too.

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