iCalMail
iCalMail
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iCalMail free download for Mac

iCalMail1.5

14 August 2008

Schedule and send automatic e-mails.

Overview

iCalMail... This program creates a calendar that lets you automatically email people at certain times. The following shows what becomes what in an e-mail:
  • event name -> subject
  • location -> attachment
  • attendees -> recipients
  • notes field -> message text
  • url field -> sender email
It is not necessary to click the "Send" button. Doing so will execute iCal's normal invitation system. You can close the event pane by clicking outside of it or pressing "esc".

Please note that because of a workaround I had to use for Leopard, you may receive the email being sent as well.

For best results:
  • Set the alarm to open the "iCalMail" app "0 minutes before".
  • Schedule events at least 5 minutes apart.
Attachments should be stated in the form "/Volumes/Volume Name/Folder Name/File Name" (without quotes).

It is OK if the url field starts with "http://" or is left blank.

What's new in iCalMail

Version 1.5:
  • Bug fixes for Leopard.

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How would you rate iCalMail app?

2 Reviews of iCalMail

2.5
Anonymous
09 September 2005
Version: 1.3

Most helpful

Can we have a better readme file on how to get it to work? The first time I got an error about that iCalMail.app couldn't be found (tried it 5 times). Then I got it to work by accident and I'm still trying to figure out how it actually works... Why the two scripts in the folder? Why the error that iCalMail.app couldn't be found??? Thanks in advance!
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4.25
Anonymous
14 September 2005
Version: 1.3
very usefull, simple to use and free, thanks.
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2.5
Anonymous
09 September 2005
Version: 1.3
Can we have a better readme file on how to get it to work? The first time I got an error about that iCalMail.app couldn't be found (tried it 5 times). Then I got it to work by accident and I'm still trying to figure out how it actually works... Why the two scripts in the folder? Why the error that iCalMail.app couldn't be found??? Thanks in advance!
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