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Event Maker is designed to be a streamlined way of taking e-mails from Apple's Mail application and creating iCal calendar events from them. In addition to this, Event Maker can also be used simply to make an event in iCal from scratch.

Event Maker allows you to create normal and all-day events and To Dos from a selected message in Mail.app or from scratch using quick launch scripts

While it is in Beta Event Maker is available for free

This release of Event Maker is not feature complete and is still under heavy development. If you have any feedback or other thoughts on Event Maker, then please get in contact with more...

What's New

Version 0.5.1

OK so when we released out last Beta we forgot to turn a few things back on and this quite rightly upset a few of you. So here is 0.5.1 with the following features tunred back on

  • Make Event Preferences Tab
  • Prompt for Missing Scripts check box in the Scripts tab of the preference window
Version 0.5:

This is the first Beta release of Event Maker from Mamooba. We more...

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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djc0 Member IconComment+4
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Loved this under Tiger. Doesn't seem to show iCal calendars in Leopard.

Any chance of an update?

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Version 0.5.1
Ravenworks Member IconReview+0
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I have been looking for an app that would do just what EventMaker does... grab data from Mail and create an iCal event.

My workflow is simple and I get my iCal work schedule almost entirely from my email. I use QuickSilver and I have tried MailTags and MailActOn as well as others. Most of them are excellent, but so much more than I need. I prefer iCal "Events" over "To Do" lists for my workflow and EventMaker suits me perfectly.

I suggest this script for anybody needing a simple and accurate bridge between Mail and iCal.

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Version 0.4.6
Mike_the_Magician Member IconComment-1
Mike_the_Magician
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Don't know why, but all my events go two days earlier into iCal

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Version 0.4.6
hced Member IconComment+171
hced
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Looks good, but I'm getting an error message trying to install the script. Mac OSX 10.4.7. PPC. Permissions repaired.

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Version 0.4.6
bitman Member IconReview+0
bitman
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Event Maker is awesome. I looked for days for a full featured way to make iCal To Dos from Mail. This is it. Simple, fact and efficient. Good work.

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Version 0.4.4
thebimbo Member IconComment+0
thebimbo
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Suggest the developer looks at anagram on Windows at: http://getanagram.com/

This is what I was kind of expecting that tries to deduce what the user wants created e.g. contact or appointment from the text itself.

Although anagram is a great concept it falls down by being very North American as it doesn't have much intelligence (and can't be taught!) re international phone formats / European addresses and doesn't understand a word of German that is about 50% of my Inbox...

Anyway, hope pointing you to anagram will be at very least food for thought...

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Version 0.2
Solewood Software (Developer)
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Thanks for the suggestions. I had never actually heard of this Anagram thing before!

I don't intend to fully go down that route. I have absolutely no intention of expanding Event Maker to dealing with Contact information at any point.

However, on the calendar events front - just wait and see!

Marc-Nothrop
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Suggest you look at ContactCreator. ; )

It's a system service, so operates on almost all text you can select (all Cocoa, and some Carbon apps.)

It's not quite as sophisticated as Anagram (nor the good ol' Apple Data Detectors from way back), but it gives some of what you want.

CalendarCreator will do the same for events (select some text and create a new iCal event.)

AddressService goes in the other direction to ContactCreator; select a name and it'll search your Address Book and insert their name and address or phone no.

Nothing against Event Maker! Trying it now. : )

Solewood Software (Developer)
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Calendar Creator is not something I had come across before, but it is part of my eventual aim.

However, as far as I can see, Calendar Creator works by simply adding the event to iCal and then letting you edit it there. I intend to do the editing of the event details within the Event Maker program itself.

Terry Hatmaker
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I have been looking for something like this app. I was wondering if there is any way for you to make this an icon to be selected with Mail? It would make it much more convenient.

Terry

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Downloads 32,742
Version Downloads 18,954
License Shareware
Date 16 May 2007
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $9.95