YAI
YAI 1.4.2
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Translates Outlook Exchange meeting invites in Apple Mail for iCal.   Shareware ($6.00)
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YAI (You Are Invited) is a plug-in for Apple Mail that translates and transfers Outlook, Google Calendar, Zimbra and Exchange clone meeting invitations to iCal. It corrects many incompatibilities between Microsoft Exchange style meeting invites and what iCal can understand.

With YAI installed Exchange style invites received in Mail's inbox are automatically processed as they arrive and are sent to iCal, ready to be acted on. Most invites will appear in iCal's notification pane, but any invites the user sends themselves will be added as an editable event. If there are invites from
What's New
Version 1.4.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Apple Mail and iCal.



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gryphonent commented on 19 Dec 2007
Ahem... where is the update for Leopard?
[Version 1.2]

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Neil_m replied on 02 Nov 2009
From Developer's site.

"System Requirements

To run YAI version 1.4 you will need an Apple Mac running Tiger or Leopard, Apple Mail, iCal and Address Book.

PLEASE NOTE YAI is not compatible with OSX 10.6, Snow Leopard and I have no current plans to develop this software to run in OSX 10.6."
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TomEck commented on 30 Oct 2007
See also OMIC, especially if you need to "open" winmail.dat files...
[Version 1.2]


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shockerspaz reviewed on 28 Oct 2007
work beautifully! simply does what it states like "magic" no intervention. thank you!
[Version 1.2]


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rvinny reviewed on 16 Oct 2007
Plug-in works perfectly. No need to look further except,,,

14 day trial only. I am on week 2 of waiting for a registration code. I would give it 5 stars otherwise.
[Version 1.2]

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John Maisey (developer) replied on 29 Oct 2007
Hi Rob,

Thanks for the review. I have been trying to get in touch with you.

The email address you used for PayPal when purchasing bounced my emails.

If you still have not received your code, contact me again.

John Maisey
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brock samson reviewed on 03 Aug 2007
Makes using Mail/iCal in an Exchange environment less painful.
[Version 1.1b1]


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Mario reviewed on 03 Aug 2007
small useful plugin for mail...
[Version 1.1b1]


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Downloads:4,665
Version Downloads:1,577
Type:Internet : Plug-ins
License:Shareware
Date:23 Mar 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $6.00
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YAI (You Are Invited) is a plug-in for Apple Mail that translates and transfers Outlook, Google Calendar, Zimbra and Exchange clone meeting invitations to iCal. It corrects many incompatibilities between Microsoft Exchange style meeting invites and what iCal can understand.

With YAI installed Exchange style invites received in Mail's inbox are automatically processed as they arrive and are sent to iCal, ready to be acted on. Most invites will appear in iCal's notification pane, but any invites the user sends themselves will be added as an editable event. If there are invites from before YAI was installed, these are easily transferred to iCal by selecting them in Mail and pressing Cmd-Opt-L. They will be processed in exactly the same way as newly received ones.

The incompatibilities YAI fixes include problems with Exchange style invites from different time zones, invites that generate warnings about the recipient not being on your 'me' card and differences in the way event updates are handled that result in error messages in iCal.


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