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"QuickMailer is a snappy way to send email from the menubar" - lifehacker.com
"Why can’t sending an email be as painlessly fire-and-forget as sending an IM? Enter QuickMailer." - cultofmac.com
"QuickMailer is a real lifesaver." - 9to5mac.com
Send off an email with just two keyboard shortcuts:
To compose email: ctrl+⌥+⌘+m
To send an email (same as Mail.App): ⇧+⌘+d
QuickMailer can send emails using your primary Mail.App account, no configuration is needed.
Or, if you don't use Mail.app, it can be configured with custom smtp settings*.
The menubar item glows red when you have unread mails.
You have the possibility of making the app remember individual fields (to, subject, message, attachments), so that they are right there ready for your next email. Quick, mail away!
*SMTP supported on lion and above. (NTLM authentication not supported)
Neue Funktionen von Version 2.2
Changed: Better recipient autocompletion
Fixed: Crash on systems on which Mail.app was never used
Handy Mail Tool
If you’ve got to write short mails many times a day, this app is pretty useful. It opens on click or shortcut and you can start writing. Recipient names are auto completing. You can even keep the last recipient when reopening. Last star is missing, because you can’t save sent mails if you’r not using Mail.app.