Gmailto
Gmailto
2.0

5.0

Gmailto free download for Mac

Gmailto

2.0
08 July 2004

Redirect mailto: Web tags to your Gmail account.

Overview

Gmailto redirects any mailto: link on a Web page to your Gmail account instead of Apple's Mail client or other email program. Move it anywhere, open Mail.app's preferences and select «Gmailto (2)» as your «Default Email Reader» from the «General» section.

What's new in Gmailto

Version 2.0 updated the Gmail URL.

10 Gmailto Reviews

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No longer seems to work. Only loads the GMail login page, even if you're already logged in... Google has since released Gmail Notifier, however, which can be chosen as a mailto: app, and seems to work fine for one account.
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Version 2.0
No longer seems to work. Only loads the GMail login page, even if you're already logged in... Google has since released Gmail Notifier, however, which can be chosen as a mailto: app, and seems to work fine for one account.
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Version 2.0
Eliah Hecht
13 July 2005
To clarify, whatever broke when Google change Gmail is now unbroken, and Gmailto 2.0 works fine.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
12 March 2005
Its broken. Any alternatives?
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Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
12 March 2005
Ummm, a search, maybe?
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
08 January 2005
It appears gMail has changed something that breaks this. :-(
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
09 October 2004
I too find spymac's mail to be crap. It goes down for days, or won't send, and is getting overrun with spam. They just don't have the infrastructure that google has. P.S. Spymac was great before they introduced their larger email account. At 100,000 or so members it was fine, at nearly 800,000. IT SUX.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
08 July 2004
Sweet! Works just swell with Default App pref pane also.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
27 June 2004
Thank you so much. WIth this and gCount, it makes the functionality of GMail so much better. This program does exactly what it says, and wonderfully. Thank you so much to the author.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Axxll
Axxll
01 November 2004
my gcount doesnt show anywhere on the screen in order to set up the preferences.. any idea.?
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
26 June 2004
What's the big deal with Gmail anyway?! Spymac also offers a free 1GB email service (web and client). Actually, Spymac did it first. But wait, that is not all! Spymac will also give you free 100MB website hosting (no popups or banners), free 250MB image gallery hosting, free private and public iCal hosting... and no need for silly invitations! *** www.spymac.com ***
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Version 1.0
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J-Mueller-MacUpdate
J-Mueller-MacUpdate
26 June 2004
Yeah, but spymac only implemented it after Google rumors were out saying that Google was going to do it.
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Version 1.0
Junpei
Junpei
27 June 2004
You make a good point. Thing is, Spymac mail has never worked right for me. I need a reliable mail service (and as much as Hotmail isn't great, it's reliable, and I'm hoping Gmail will be too).
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
29 June 2004
If you haven't used GMail, you won't understand. For starters, GMail is FAST. Click, bam, you're there - nearly as responsive as a desktop client. Spymac is....well using its webmail is painfully slow. Then there's the conversations, and the labels, and the searching.... GMail isn't about the gigabyte, they just used that to get some press.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
30 June 2004
Hotmail? Yuck. Its 2MB mailbox are a joke. Yahoo's 100MB are pretty good, and I believe its service is quite reliable too.
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Version 1.0
Junpei
25 June 2004
Amazing! I've always wanted something like this for web based mail serivces. Now if I only had a Gmail account...
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
25 June 2004
Does exactly what it says, and it does it right.
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Version 1.0
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5.0

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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