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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)
What's New in Version 2.2
Changed: Better recipient autocompletion
Fixed: Crash on systems on which Mail.app was never used
Integrates Well with OmniFocus Pro
If you have OmniFocus Pro, you know that the app has a scheme to send actions to the OFP Inbox, aka the “No Context” folder, by using a dedicated OmniSync email address. Since Omnigroup doesn’t make available a menu bar app to do this without email, the shortcut is to use Quickmail to send these action item emails to OFP’s dedicated address. Set up the app to send in STMP, uncheck the “Clear To” box, type in the address and there is a dedicated menu bar app which will put action items in your OFP inbox. Quickmail can always be used for its intended purpose, but if you have a workflow that involves a lot of OFP entries that you don’t mind batch filing into more descriptive Contexts or Projects at less intense times, this is a simple, smooth and efficient way to do that.
I bought this with the intention of using it for quick email. My problem is that I BCC myself on most mail that I send internally. As a result I have sent maybe 5 emails and I have had the product for quite some time now. I would use it to send most if not all of my mail if it had bcc support. I have emailed the developers but haven’t even received an acknowledgement that they received the e-mail. Seriously…bcc support is a no brainer...
I want, very simply, one keystroke to open an app, some typing to compose the message, and a keystroke/combo to send it.
With Quickmailer, I’m re-typing my own email address over and over, flitting between subject and body, and then when I hit send…
Half the time it errors out.
This is the simplest app concept in the world. Why isn’t there a good one we can buy?