Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-12 Thread Zak McClellan
Like Richard I tried Preside for a while, but have gone back to 
AltaMail.  There was a rewrite of the software some time ago, as well as 
a change in business model for AltaMail.  Just took me a while to get 
onboard.  The older version just worked (for a while after the update).


ALtaMail combines tagging abilities and notifications that Mail.app 
(iOS) does not offer.  I find that Mail.app is still faster at the 
initial review/deleting of mail.  The AltaMail notifications are the 
real attraction for me.  I have set specific tones for individuals as 
well as domains.  Definitely helps to not miss specific mail messages.  
AltaMail has to be running in the background.  The older version did not 
have this requirement, but you did redirect your mail for this 
functionality.


-Zak



Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2019 08:19:29 -0500
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I used Preside for a while but then discovered AltaMail which I find 
to
be even more robust, frequently updated and like Preside has a 
gazillion

features but is IMHO more manageable.

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On 11 Sep 2019, at 7:55, Alain Israel aisr...@pasteur.fr  wrote:


A question not directly related to Mailmate (not on politics either) 
:

I would be curious to know which mail app you use (or recommand) on
iphone and ipad? Does any of them share some of the advantages of
Mailmate?
If this has been discussed before, just let me know.

Alain

PS : I currently use Preside,which is so customizable that you tend 
to

get lost in the zillions of options available.
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Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-11 Thread Charlie Clark

On 11 Sep 2019, at 17:28, Robert Goldman wrote:

Airmail mooshes together the notions of "tag" and "file" in a way 
that's not helpful.  E.g., their "move to" menu talks about "labels."


Seeing as you can no longer trial AirMail, I can't say with certainty 
but I suspect that they're doing something similar to Opera Mail and 
implementing the labels on the client-side only. A lot to be said for 
this approach, though at the expense of some interoperability.


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Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-11 Thread Eric Sharakan

On 11 Sep 2019, at 11:28, Robert Goldman wrote:

I use Airmail as well, and am relatively happy with it.  TBH, I can't 
recall -- I wish I took better notes about things like this -- what it 
is about Apple's own iOS Mail that I didn't like.  I think it was 
because "mark as spam" required too many selections and button pushes, 
and I can configure Airmail to do that with one click.


A couple of misfeatures:

Airmail mooshes together the notions of "tag" and "file" in a way 
that's not helpful.  E.g., their "move to" menu talks about "labels."


Related to this, I don't understand what happens when I put Airmail 
tags on a message, and how to make Airmail's tags visible to MailMate. 
 MailMate can see "star" (flag), but nothing else.


This was one of the main draws to the Preside iOS App for me: the 
ability to have tags interoperate between it and MailMate.


Plus it's as customizable as MM, though the preferences screens remind 
me of that old text base game when it would say: "you are in a maze of 
twisty little passages, all alike" :-)


-Eric



If anyone has suggestions about how to do that, I'd be grateful. I 
probably just need to look at the message headers and see what's there 
when Airmail tags, and try to extend MM to see that.  But TBH it's 
likely I won't get to that any t time soon.

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Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-11 Thread Robert Goldman
I use Airmail as well, and am relatively happy with it.  TBH, I can't 
recall -- I wish I took better notes about things like this -- what it 
is about Apple's own iOS Mail that I didn't like.  I think it was 
because "mark as spam" required too many selections and button pushes, 
and I can configure Airmail to do that with one click.


A couple of misfeatures:

Airmail mooshes together the notions of "tag" and "file" in a way that's 
not helpful.  E.g., their "move to" menu talks about "labels."


Related to this, I don't understand what happens when I put Airmail tags 
on a message, and how to make Airmail's tags visible to MailMate.  
MailMate can see "star" (flag), but nothing else.


If anyone has suggestions about how to do that, I'd be grateful. I 
probably just need to look at the message headers and see what's there 
when Airmail tags, and try to extend MM to see that.  But TBH it's 
likely I won't get to that any t time soon.

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Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-11 Thread Michael Nietzold
I miss on iOS the smart subfolder by "to:email-address" for incoming emails

Von meinem iDingens gesendet...

> Am 11.09.2019 um 15:19 schrieb Richard Rettke :
> 
> I used Preside for a while but then discovered AltaMail which I find to be 
> even more robust, frequently updated and like Preside has a gazillion 
> features but is IMHO more manageable.
> 
> -- 
> Richard Rettke
> Laus Deo
> Non sibi sed patriae
> 
> About Me
> 
> On 11 Sep 2019, at 7:55, Alain Israel aisr...@pasteur.fr wrote:
> 
> A question not directly related to Mailmate (not on politics either) : I 
> would be curious to know which mail app you use (or recommand) on iphone and 
> ipad? Does any of them share some of the advantages of Mailmate?
> If this has been discussed before, just let me know.
> 
> Alain
> 
> PS : I currently use Preside,which is so customizable that you tend to get 
> lost in the zillions of options available.
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Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-11 Thread Richard Rettke
I used Preside for a while but then discovered AltaMail which I find to 
be even more robust, frequently updated and like Preside has a gazillion 
features but is IMHO more manageable.


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On 11 Sep 2019, at 7:55, Alain Israel aisr...@pasteur.fr  wrote:

A question not directly related to Mailmate (not on politics either) : 
I would be curious to know which mail app you use (or recommand) on 
iphone and ipad? Does any of them share some of the advantages of 
Mailmate?

If this has been discussed before, just let me know.

Alain

PS : I currently use Preside,which is so customizable that you tend to 
get lost in the zillions of options available.

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Re: [MlMt] iOS

2019-09-11 Thread Alexander Neng
I prefer Airmailer (http://airmailapp.com/ios)- simple and easy to use and
a lot of features

Cheers
   Alex



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Datum: 11. September 2019 at 14:55:50
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A question not directly related to Mailmate (not on politics either) : I
would be curious to know which mail app you use (or recommand) on iphone
and ipad? Does any of them share some of the advantages of Mailmate?
If this has been discussed before, just let me know.

Alain

PS : I currently use Preside,which is so customizable that you tend to
get lost in the zillions of options available.
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Re: [MlMt] iOS client that doesn't suck?

2017-10-23 Thread Rob Willett
I'd also love one that allows me to send mails to mail groups. We use 
mail groups for our sports clubs.


Rob

On 23 Oct 2017, at 8:16, Jan Erik Moström wrote:


Does anyone know of an iOS email client that

+ Don't use top posting
+ Use plain text

Also, as an added bonus: can create smart mailboxes based on the IMAP 
tags that MailMate creates?


= jem
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