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MailTags lets you add comments, due dates, project notes and priority rankings to your messages, all without leaving your Inbox!

MailTags is a feature-packed companion to Apple Mail:

  • Integrated interface. Add tagged keywords, project notes, and priority rankings through a convenient side panel.
  • iCal support. Create synchronized ToDos and Events in iCal directly from Mail.
  • IMAP support. Sync your tags with your IMAP server for access across multiple computers.
  • Helpful list display. Display your tags in more...

What's New

Version 4.0:
  • Full OS X 10.9 Mavericks compatibilty
  • OS X Yosemite compability as a free upgrade this fall. (Beta builds are available at http://www.indev.ca/yosemitebeta/prereleases.php)
  • Full Gmail Label compatibility. See and edit your labels on your messages - no more "label mailboxes"
  • Finder Tags (OS X 10.9): Coordinate your keyword tags with Finder Tags in OS 10.9 more...

Requirements

  • OS X 10.7 or later
  • Apple Mail

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wilfw4687 Member IconReview+0
wilfw4687
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This app has become a crucial part of my workflow. I bought it initially for its ability to generate Calendar events directly from emails for follow up but its tags, notes, reminder integration and project catagorisation have blown me away. On top of this the team at Indev are also top notch on customer support. Can't imagine working without it. Highlly recommended.

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Version 4.0
Loehman Member IconComment+7
Loehman
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I have been using MailTags for several years. I installed the Yosemite beta and MailTags was disabled. I miss it! The company was very responsive to my feedback during the testing of the last beta, so I'm going to install the most recent beta and hope it has Yosemite compatibility. Is it worth $30? I'm not sure, but I've had it for so long that it's long since paid for itself.

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Version 4.0
Loehman
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Sad news. MT 4 requires a new registration. There is a 30-day trial available, But my tags are back and my mail is happy again. Can't tell how stable it might be.

Neil_m
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It's an upgrade from MT3 -> MT4. ($14.95)

I use it all the time and have lots of rules set up to add projects and keywords to messages. I can't imagine not having it.

MT4 has added proper support with Gmail

Indev (Developer)
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We do have beta builds that will work with the Yosemite public beta. They can be found at http://www.indev.ca/yosemitebeta/prereleases.php

Note -- the builds are beta software on a beta os -- keep backups and avoid use on critical data --

Yosemite compatibility will be a free upgrade for people who have purchased MailTags 4.

Sherman Wilcox Member IconComment+171
Sherman Wilcox
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Installed v.4. Fan immediately cranked to full speed, Mail started using 100+ of CPU. Uninstalled, and Mail dropped to normal level (as I type this, it is <7%), fans are slowing down.

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Version 4.0
Sherman Wilcox
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Sorry, I said <7% when I should have said <1% .

Indev (Developer)
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Hi Sherman. We would love to help you out -- have you contacted us at support.indev.ca yet?

Scott

Bdikkat Member IconComment+211
Bdikkat
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I bought this ages ago and I still haven't been able to use it! I'm running OS X 10.9.3, about to upgrade to 10.9.4.

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bbitg
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Why not using the beta?

Developer website: Indev: http://www.indev.ca/MailTags.html

"Craig42a Feb 26, 2014 Update since last night: Latest beta versions of all three appear to install and function properly on 10.9.2. Indev's beta versions for MailTags and Mail Act-On can only be found directly on their website.MailHub's beta can be found on Macupdate.com"

Dominique
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La version 4 vient de sortir compatible 10.9.4

Craig42a Member IconComment+48
Craig42a
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FYI: The new Apple update for Mavericks (10.9.2) with Apple Mail 7.2 will disable MailHub, MailTags, and Mail Act-On. But reinstalling MailHub (beta 1.7B64) seems to work. The other two are now disabled and non-functioning with the update.

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Version 3.2.3
Craig42a
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Update since last night: Latest beta versions of all three appear to install and function properly on 10.9.2. Indev's beta versions for MailTags and Mail Act-On can only be found directly on their website.MailHub's beta can be found on Macupdate.com

Bdikkat Member IconComment+211
Bdikkat
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MailTags 3.2.3 is dead on Mavericks' Mail 7.0 - hopefully an update will be released soon.

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Version 3.2.3
Lemerlot
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See: http://www.indev.ca/Mavericks/prereleases.php

RobairSF
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I had installed the pre-release version for 10.9 (v 4), but it caused mail to freeze up. Worked for a while, but something happened that forced me to pull all 3rd party bundles. I have Mail Hub, Attachment Tamer and Tags... I pulled all and tested all. Tags in the current beta was the issue. Hope they'll have it tuned soon. Love the software...

THEE:LEE Member IconReview+116
THEE:LEE
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This is just what I needed :)

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Version 3.2.2
Sonnendeck Member IconComment+36
Sonnendeck
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Vielen Dank für die deutsche Übersetzung. Prost.

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Version 3.2.1
rjproto Member IconReview+1
rjproto
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MailTags is a great app that gets you out of trouble when you can't find that important email. Tagging takes some getting use too, but once you make it part of your workflow I guarantee it will save you time and frustration.

I have been using MailTags for a couple of years. It's easy to learn and has many easy to discover features, best of all the UI is intuitive. Like most Mac users we don't read manuals. With MailTags you don't have too.

In addition to being a great app, they have great customer support. Recently I had a problem when I upgraded to my new MacBook Pro. I lost all my mail tags. A simple email to MailTags Support and everything was taken care in a flash.

If you want to quickly find emails, MailTags is for you.

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Version 3.2
Jjpong
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Customer support is great, huh!? You talk like a review actor working for this software developer. The suspicion grows when we see several comments written by the software developer below. Besides, you say you've been using MialTags for two years. And you got your account on February 13, 2013 just to post this comment? Duohhhh!

pprofpopp Member IconReview+6
pprofpopp
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I really like Mailtags and have used it for months BUT, and this is the fatal flaw, it won't synch my tagging and labelling of emails across my 2 macs as I use Gmail :-(

As I use both my desktop and laptop every day it is a colossal pain having tagged and sorted mail on one machine and then having to duplicate that on the other. I can't be bothered!!

Is there an alternative to mailtags that will do this synching of tags and 'projects' across two Macs?
Thanks for any help or suggestions.
Philip

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Version 3.2
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Craig Blackburn
Version 3.2.3
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Merimel
Version 3.2.3
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Tom Hansen
Version 3.1.2
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Luke_armstrong
Version 3.0.2
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PRjohnson
Version 3.0.2
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Sprave-Roland
Version 3.0
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Dr.mcp
Version 3.0
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Version 3.0
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The-Almighty-Guru
Version 3.0
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MacTribe
Version 2.6.1
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Downloads 40,808
Version Downloads 187
Type Internet / Email
License Shareware
Date 30 Jul 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $29.95
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