MailCue
MailCue 2.0.4
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Menu bar notifier for incoming mail.   Demo ($9.99)
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  • MailCue has been discontinued
  • Developer
    BlueCrestStudios
MailCue is the must have mail notifier for OS X. MailCue works with any IMAP provider, sitting in your menubar notifying you of incoming mail. What separates MailCue from the competition, is the integration right into your Gmail or mail provider with such features as, reply, reply to all, forward, full html message previews including embedded images, account signatures, move a message, mark a message as spam, putting an account to sleep, and more.
What's New
Version 2.0.4:
  • Bug fixes with date fixes
  • Bug fixes with UI
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later

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MailCue User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 2.x:
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+98
Mac007 commented on 25 Jul 2011
MailCue has been discontinued and they recommend Sparrow as a replacement which makes no sense. Sparrow is a full blow email client which is not what I got MailCue for.
[Version 2.0.4]

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+195
MacUpdate-Warren replied on 25 Jul 2011
Thanks for pointing that out. I've disabled the listing.
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+8
Ry.ma commented on 27 Sep 2010
The only application of this type, which functions with me to 100%. Thx.
[Version 1.2.1]


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+21
Vagabundo commented on 04 Jul 2010
Does it support the PPC platform? I know it says Intel here on Macupdate, but this info is not always accurate. There is no platform support info on the developers' website.
[Version 1.0.8]

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+1
Bluecreststudios, Llc. (developer) replied on 06 Jul 2010
At this time we do not support PPC. Sorry.
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+19
Macxter commented on 26 Jun 2010
Is there any chance for this app to support pop too?
[Version 1.0]

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+11
Douglas_2 replied on 29 Jun 2010
I second that request. MailWatch is getting long in the tooth.
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+1
Bluecreststudios, Llc. (developer) replied on 29 Jun 2010
Unfortunately we have no plan to support POP at this time. IMAP is much more integrated with a mail server, meaning it keeps messages in sync with your folders or tags. The good news is that most email providers that offer POP also offer IMAP.

See if you can get setup with an IMAP server and I can get you a copy for free.

Thank you for the feedback, and if you have anymore questions please direct them to support@bluecreststudios.com.

Cheers!
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+19
Macxter replied on 30 Jun 2010
The Fact is that not all the Mail services do support imap.
Some companies I'm working for give me an email address on their own server and these never support imap.

MailCue works fine with imap but but the lack of pop support makes it pretty useless for me. Nevertheless thank you for your generous offer.
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+4

Elnacho rated on 23 Feb 2011

[Version 1.2.1]


Downloads:1,201
Version Downloads:381
Type:Internet : Email
License:Demo
Date:04 Apr 2011
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $9.99
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MailCue is the must have mail notifier for OS X. MailCue works with any IMAP provider, sitting in your menubar notifying you of incoming mail. What separates MailCue from the competition, is the integration right into your Gmail or mail provider with such features as, reply, reply to all, forward, full html message previews including embedded images, account signatures, move a message, mark a message as spam, putting an account to sleep, and more.


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