March 04, 2003

Mail Scripts

AppleScripts for enhancing the Mac OS X Mail application

Last modified by Alexei Kosut at March 1, 2004 10:01 PM #
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Re: Mail Scripts

Can save attachment to folder? How to do?

Posted by: Ken on November 26, 2003 11:58 PM # | Reply to this

Re: Mail Scripts

was anyone able to figure out if this saves attachment to folder?
if not, know of any others?

Posted by: city on September 21, 2004 10:21 PM # | Reply to this

Open Message Mail Script

In Eudora it is possible to specify that the program opens all new messages. Is there a script for mail that can do the same?



P.S.: please also e-mail me the answer

Posted by: Thomas Weber on December 3, 2003 11:46 AM # | Reply to this

Re: Mail Scripts

Thanks for the scripts. They are just what I was looking for!

I wanted to let you know that under Panther (10.3) you can easily add keyboard shortcuts to the scripts. All you need to do is rename them with a special extention. For example, to bind the save-to-mailbox script to control-s you could rename it:

original name: “Save To Mailbox….scpt”
new name: “Save To Mailbox…___ctl-s.scpt”

Just copy the script into the ~/Library/Scripts/Mail Scripts/ directory and it should just work.

- Milo

Posted by: Milo Martin on December 6, 2003 12:21 AM # | Reply to this

Re: Mail Scripts

I would like to be able to write assignments for my students as e-mails and SCHEDULE them for delivery at specified dates/times. As I recall, this was/is a feature in Eudora, but I really would like to stay with Mail. At MacWorld, two different Apple folks said it “should” be able to be accomplished with an AppleScript (which I have never learned).

A solution to this would really thrill my kids. Well, it will thrill me anyway.

Thanks in advance.

Posted by: MacMentor on January 13, 2004 12:42 AM # | Reply to this


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