Update February 27, 2011: The wait is over. MsgFiler is now available on the Mac App Store! While I don’t want to count my chickens before they hatch, I’m happy to announce the upcoming release of MsgFiler 3.0, available exclusively on the Mac App Store. I submitted the app for approval last week, and it’s … Continue reading MsgFiler 3.0 – Coming Soon to the Mac App Store
MsgFiler 2.0.8 has been released. This version is qualified for use on Mac OS 10.6.5, although you may need to re-install the plugin. Recent updates to Mac OS X Mail have a tendency to disable all mail plugins, even if they are compatible with the current OS. In addition to a general compatibility fix, there … Continue reading MsgFiler 2.0.8
MsgFiler has been upgraded to MsgFiler 2.0.7 to maintain compatibility with the Mac OS X 10.6.4 update that was released today.
MsgFiler has been updated to version 2.0.6. The only change is to add support for Apple Mail in Mac OS X 10.6.2.
The latest Mac OS X 10.6.1 update broke compatibility with MsgFiler. I’ve release 2.0.5 of MsgFiler to address this issue. Download it from the MsgFiler web page.
MsgFiler 2.0.4 was released a few days ago. It’s compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. There were a lot of behind-the-scenes changes to how Mail plugins work, and with the help of a number of people (thanks Steve, Scott, Dane, Joar, and more), I was able to get MsgFiler updated right under the … Continue reading MsgFiler 2.0.4, Compatible with Snow Leopard
Mail Act-On 2 was released today, and it includes some features very familiar to MsgFiler owners. Move/Copy Messages to Mailboxes Mail Act-On 2’s powerful interface includes the ability to move or copy messages to any folders by keystroke, even if you don’t have an Act-On rule for a particular mailbox. Just bring up the appropriate … Continue reading MsgFiler versus Mail Act-On 2.0
News that Stanford will be conducting a class on iPhone Development, taught by my friend Adam Nash brings back good memories of my time on the Farm. I smiled when I read the press release from Stanford announcing the Stanford iApps Project. A suite of five software applications developed by students is now being tested … Continue reading Newtons and iPhones at Stanford
I’m at iPhoneDevCamp2 in San Francisco this weekend.