MailHub for Mavericks
MailHub for Mavericks
1.7B90

3.6

MailHub for Mavericks free download for Mac

MailHub for Mavericks

1.7B90
17 September 2014

Maintain a streamlined inbox in Apple Mail.

Overview

MailHub for Mavericks is a time-saving email management plugin that can file, delete, or enact actions on emails without leaving your inbox. Email from a contact or thread can be batch-filed to a mailbox (or deleted) with a series of simple mouse clicks or key strokes, radically reducing time spent on mail administration. MailHub even allows you to specify filing destinations for an outgoing message during composition. Create new mailboxes as you go and set action reminders so you won't forget a vital task at a later date.

Note: this update will accept your license key from the Lion or Snow Leopard versions, and is a free update if you own a license already.

What's new in MailHub for Mavericks

Version 1.7B90:
  • Fix toolbar themes

Requirements for MailHub for Mavericks

  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later

16 MailHub for Mavericks Reviews

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Alenz
03 May 2014

Most helpful

Great application if you want to keep the overview over your mail without hassle. Responsive developer, app get's immediately updated after a system update. Extremely thoughtfully designed. I have been using it for 2 ½ years and can only recommend it. Try it!
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Version 1.7B83
ghk
03 September 2015
I have not installed or used MailHub. I have, however, searched for info about the company and it appears that the company has filed "dormant" accounts at UK Companies House. This means the company still exists but that "it is not trading". Here is a link to the accounts filed for March 2014. http://ukdatacentre.co.uk/company-document/07613714/Prod224_0012_07613714_20140331.html This backs up the concern people have about the lack of email support and the last tweet being 6 months old. Like others below I hope it is a simple explanation and that the developer is ok. It's just very odd indeed that there has been no communication. A real shame as this plugin for Apple Mail looked like a winner.
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Version 1.7B90
3 answer(s)
anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
04 September 2015
I'm pleased to say that the developer did just contact me and apologized for the long silence, though no explanation was offered. An initial release of MailHub for El Capitan is indeed available - as mentioned below the URL is in their Twitter feed - and in early testing seems to work just fine. It's nice to have this back again, though how responsive the developer will be to support requests from now on remains to be seen.

"Not trading" probably isn't a big concern since Dervish Software isn't a public company and hence won't normally report any activity with their shares (though not being familiar with UK reporting rules I could be wrong).

Regards.
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MailHub-Support
MailHub-Support
02 October 2015
HI ghk,

as this is our first year of trading as a Limited Company, we are still listed as 'dormant', until we file this year's return. Many apologies for the lack of support over the last few months. We hope to make amends.

Best Regards
--Anthony @ Dervish Software
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Eveningclouds
Eveningclouds
02 October 2015
Anthony @ Dervish Software, All is forgiven! Great to see MailHub updated and available. Absolutely recommend to everyone I know.
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Testmand
15 August 2015
I have sendt several mails and left messages on the developers site, but without ANY response. This app does not work on the new El Capitan OS (beta) and it would be nice to know if there might be an update sometime in the future. Very strange with no information, as the app is actually quite good and useful. Would recommend it, but can't when the communication is non-existent.
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Version 1.7B90
5 answer(s)
anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
27 August 2015
It's almost certainly a dead product. Many people have reported receiving no responses, either to the support email or through their web site, in months. I hope nothing's happened to Anthony, but if he's fine, I wish he'd just say publicly that the product has been abandoned.
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Eveningclouds
Eveningclouds
03 September 2015
A search for the developer on Twitter led to discovery of an El Cap version download link. Just released apparently, but I don't know why developer remains in stealth mode. Very hopeful now! I am happy to recommend this product to everyone I know as it is unfailingly helpful.
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anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
03 September 2015
Thanks, Eveningclouds. Wonder why Anthony is otherwise keeping so silent? It makes me a bit uncomfortable to be rather blindly downloading software from a Twitter message when there's no other contact or information, but that does appear to be his account in Twitter and Amazon S3, so unless someone's hacked his account, I guess it's safe. Regards..
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MnogoMnogo
MnogoMnogo
03 September 2015
Thank you indeed. If either of you (or anyone else) has actually tried this link and it works, can you let us know?
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anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
03 September 2015
I did download the new version and, before installing, unpackaged it and examined it carefully. It appears to be valid, and on installing seems to work correctly with El Capitan, though I've not yet tested it extensively. I'm very happy that MailHub is still being developed, though it's still strange that Anthony et. al. are being so silent. Regards.
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MnogoMnogo
14 July 2015
Has something terrible happened to the company that makes this wonderful Mail plug-in, or its developer? In the past, my few requests for assistance received speedy responses, and there was an active user forum on which the developer participated. Now the developer forum has disappeared, and my recent support request has gone unanswered for several weeks. There doesn't seem to be any activity since a March update. Concerned.
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Version 1.7B90
9 answer(s)
Testmand
Testmand
16 July 2015
Agree, I have tried to mail the developer two times, and got nothing back! The latest update of the app is from September 2014 - that means that the app will not work with the new update of the OS X - El Capitan - thats a shame with a nice and very useful app. Is there any alternative around? Suggestions are most welcome.
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MnogoMnogo
MnogoMnogo
19 July 2015
Mail Act-On from Indev Software has a little bit of Mailhub's functionality — at least the ability to move or copy messages to a mailbox by typing a few letters of the folder name. But it has none of the predictive stuff in Mailhub, nor the ability to file messages as you send them, except if you've written a rule in advance that does this (and then the rule will apply to every message meeting that criterion). As far as I can tell, that's the only alternative plug-in that even vaguely approximates Mailhub's usefulness, and it's no substitute.
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anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
20 July 2015
It's not looking hopeful. No new versions nor news updates in months, nothing on their Twitter account since January, and posts in their "forum" and messages to their support email are going unanswered. I understand that small companies at times have troubles keeping up, but this seems more like a group that's gone out of business or at least is supporting the product only part time (and a small part of their time at that). I wish developers would just admit when they're no longer able to continue with a product. There's no shame in deciding that a product or business is no longer viable, but there is shame in leaving paid users hanging with no information.
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MnogoMnogo
MnogoMnogo
20 July 2015
If it's a one-person company (which is possible), the developer might be ill (or worse — certainly hope not!). So I refrain from getting mad, but it would be very sad if this superb product is no longer going to be updated so it can run with new versions of Apple Mail.

Is it definitive that Mailhub doesn't work in 10.11 beta, even if you run MailPluginFix (http://code2k.net/products/mailpluginfix/) or similar utilities that update the UID on it?
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Eveningclouds
Eveningclouds
21 July 2015
Oh this is terrible news. I have grown totally dependent on the program's numerous features, not just the filing but, for example, its setting to prevent mail items from appearing 'read' just when you click on them in the mail queue. I hope someone is in touch with the developer so the program can be sold or maintained in some fashion. How about a Kickstarter campaign?
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anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
14 August 2015
Almost certainly abandonware. Over a month since posting on Dervish's support site and emailing their support department with no responses, and nothing on their web site nor Twitter account, so it's pretty certain that they've gone out of business. Whether there will be a way to coerce the Yosemite version of the plugin to work under El Capitan I don't know. It won't install fresh, but there may be a workaround with the plugin fix. It's not looking good, though, and (unless the developer has been ill and recovers) any future update seem highly unlikely. Too bad, as this was a very useful add-on.
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Eveningclouds
Eveningclouds
14 August 2015
I posted my sadness on Twitter and got a cryptic reply back, FWIW from
@ShtGoogleSays:
"@dervishsoftware isn't out of business, El Cap version coming soon.”
I know nothing more than this. But it gave me some hope. Another program I used a lot, TotalFinder, reported that new security measures in El Cap have made Finder enhancers impossible to install. I hope Mail programs are not similarly 'improved'.
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anonymous-heron-1581
anonymous-heron-1581
14 August 2015
No idea how this "@ShtGoogleSays" person, who prior to the reply referenced hadn't posted since 2011, would know, given that Dervish won't respond to multiple requests for information even just to say that they're still going, but we'll hope for the best.
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MnogoMnogo
MnogoMnogo
14 August 2015
Yes, if this reply were real, I can't imagine why comparable information was not posted to the Dervish website.
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Kitmos
03 April 2015
I've been trying to install the Yosemite version for days but the installer hangs everytime and emails to the developer go unanswered. I love it but really miss it since "upgrading" to Yosemite.
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Version 1.7B90
streblov
14 January 2015
Must have plugin for Apple Mail. Use it every day. Just had one problem: when I filed a message on send to a local mailbox, the message was filed to the local destination correctly but another copy of the message was still in the "Sent" mailbox of the IMAP account (and I have to delete this copy manually). Solution to the problem: - Selected ‘Auto-file related messages in ‘Sent Items’ mailbox’ in MailHub preferences ‘Filing’ tab - Selected 'When auto-filing messages: Move from ‘Sent’' - Deselected ‘Auto-file related messages in ‘Sent Items’ mailbox’
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Version 1.7B90
Eveningclouds
22 August 2014
Am leaving another note to say how happy I am with the program. Very well thought out, extremely accurate with predicting folder destinations. Simply could not use Apple Mail without it. Hope folks continue to buy the program and support the developers. Note I have NO financial or other incentive; just a user, like you.
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Version 1.7B85
Alenz
03 May 2014
Great application if you want to keep the overview over your mail without hassle. Responsive developer, app get's immediately updated after a system update. Extremely thoughtfully designed. I have been using it for 2 ½ years and can only recommend it. Try it!
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Version 1.7B83
1 answer(s)
Testmand
Testmand
15 August 2015
It is a nice and useful app, but the communication to/from the developer has completely stopped! There is no news on a future update for El Capitan, which I guess many are already testing and using in some beta version. Besides, when posting messages directly on the developers own site/page does not produce ANY form of reply, one thinks this might be going out of business soon - if not already?
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Lord-Lightning
15 March 2014
Still crashes Mail . This version has made no difference to Mail on Mavericks 10.9.2. Only way I can run mail it to ditch this plug-in. Remind me, Why did I pay for it? If it does not work I can only give the stars ti deserves - from me = O.
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Version 1.7B73
2 answer(s)
MailHub-Support
MailHub-Support
16 March 2014
Hi Lord-Lightning many apologies if MailHub is responsible for the problems with Mail. Did you contact us via our support site? For a crashing bug, we will aim to turn around a fix the same day. Best Regards --Anthony @ Dervish Software
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Miner
Miner
17 March 2014
Surprising. I have never seen crashes of Mail that I could attribute to MailHub. On my Macs (Leopard, Lion and Mavericks) it is very reliable, and the latest version is updated quite frequently.
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Eveningclouds
06 March 2014
Fantastic program. Responsive developer. Fair price with generous update policy. Super useful functions, with lots of functions I haven't even explored. Best surprise is I find it can completely block Apple's 'mark as read' function when a message is simply previewed. Files on send, with or without grouped messages. Extremely thoughtfully designed. Would not hesitate to recommend to anyone with more than one mailbox.
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Version 1.7B64
Craig42a
26 February 2014
FYI: The new Apple update for Mavericks (10.9.2) with Apple Mail 7.2 will disable MailHub, MailTags, and Mail Act-On. But reinstalling MailHub (beta 1.7B64) seems to work. The other two are now disabled and non-functioning with the update.
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Version 1.7B64
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Craig42a
Craig42a
26 February 2014
Update since last night: Latest beta versions of all three appear to install and function properly on 10.9.2. Indev's beta versions for MailTags and Mail Act-On can only be found directly on their website.MailHub's beta can be found on Macupdate.com
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