EverMail
EverMail
1.2.5

4.3

EverMail free download for Mac

EverMail

1.2.5
18 January 2016

Easily convert emails into notes in Evernote.

Overview

Note: EverMail is no longer for sale. Its functionality is now included in Feigeist's MailButler, whose link can be found int he following paragraph.

EverMail--which is now a part of MailButler, the complete assistant for Apple Mail--allows you to easily convert emails in Apple's Mail application to be converted into notes in Evernote. This conversion includes formatting, file attachments and all other information regarding that particular email. Notes created by EverMail contain a direct reference to the source email that it was created from. This allows to easily find the email correspondence from within Evernote. The same works in the other direction: Notes are directly accessible from your list of emails in Mail.

What's new in EverMail

Version 1.2.5:
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4 EverMail Reviews

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MacUpdate-Ishaq
27 October 2015

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Evermail is a simple, richly-featured plugin for Mail that can convert any email into a note and sync it with your Evernote account. Evernote’s ubiquity has spawned a whole universe of unique software solutions that stand on the shoulders of the note-taking giant, filling in gaps or extending functionality. While Evernote’s flexibility has led to a vast array of novel products from countless developers, Evermail has its sight set on addressing a fairly straightforward, natural need – saving emails as notes – and does so with classic Apple-level polish.

It’s this attention to detail that sets Evermail apart and makes it truly worth the investment. Conventional wisdom suggests that one developer trying to connect another developer’s product to that of a third developer would result in some jagged edges and rough seams, but Evermail defies this expectation. Longtime Evernote users recall the days when it was free to forward emails to Evernote (this now requires a paid Evernote Premium account – Evermail gets around this!), but even then you were left with odd formatting, unwanted titles, and more, ultimately requiring a bit of clean-up duty when returning to the native Evernote app. Now, with the Evermail plugin, you get an immediate preview of your richly detailed note, complete with extensive abilities to edit both peripheral data and the contents of the note before it’s synced with Evernote. And with a panel within Mail’s preferences, a recognizable Evernote logo button slotted into Mail’s UI, and some intuitive keyboard shortcuts, there’s no better, cleaner way to get an email saved into Evernote than by using Evermail.
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Version 1.2.2
Moxiesozo
19 January 2016
Feingeist (the developer) has apparently killed off this Mail plug-in and is integrating it into a package called MailButler. So, even if you paid for this plug-in, there will not be any future updates (the developer's web page is devoid of all information), and there are apparently no discounts for upgrading to MailButler. Worst of all, MailButler has a limited "free" version (up to 20 uses per month), but will be charging MONTHLY fees for their "professional" and "corporate" offerings of MailButler. Very saddened by this situation.
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Version 1.2.4
2 answer(s)
Mailbutler
Mailbutler
19 January 2016
EverMail is now to be found as one of the various functions of our new product, MailButler, - that's true. For those, however, who already has the plugin on their computer: it will continue to serve you within El Capitan. As to the discounts for upgrading to MailButler, we will have a special offer for existing customers. More details will be revealed soon.
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mrstucci1951
mrstucci1951
23 March 2016
Me too. I tried MailButler but it seemed to cause issues with my Mac Mail app. And I am using El Capitan. So I trashed MailButler and got EverMail back. I liked EverMail because it only did one thing but did it well. I am very sad about the change. Not sure what I am going to do when EverMail no longer works with updated operating systems....
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MacUpdate-Ishaq
27 October 2015
Evermail is a simple, richly-featured plugin for Mail that can convert any email into a note and sync it with your Evernote account. Evernote’s ubiquity has spawned a whole universe of unique software solutions that stand on the shoulders of the note-taking giant, filling in gaps or extending functionality. While Evernote’s flexibility has led to a vast array of novel products from countless developers, Evermail has its sight set on addressing a fairly straightforward, natural need – saving emails as notes – and does so with classic Apple-level polish.

It’s this attention to detail that sets Evermail apart and makes it truly worth the investment. Conventional wisdom suggests that one developer trying to connect another developer’s product to that of a third developer would result in some jagged edges and rough seams, but Evermail defies this expectation. Longtime Evernote users recall the days when it was free to forward emails to Evernote (this now requires a paid Evernote Premium account – Evermail gets around this!), but even then you were left with odd formatting, unwanted titles, and more, ultimately requiring a bit of clean-up duty when returning to the native Evernote app. Now, with the Evermail plugin, you get an immediate preview of your richly detailed note, complete with extensive abilities to edit both peripheral data and the contents of the note before it’s synced with Evernote. And with a panel within Mail’s preferences, a recognizable Evernote logo button slotted into Mail’s UI, and some intuitive keyboard shortcuts, there’s no better, cleaner way to get an email saved into Evernote than by using Evermail.
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Version 1.2.2
Winco
01 September 2015
Works as advertised is is waaay better than the Evernote email method.
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Version 1.1.3
Danio
28 September 2014
Brilliant. Exactly what I needed for Apple Mail. This makes getting emails into Evernote in a well formed way preserving the original content, easy!
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Version 1.0.1
2 answer(s)
RikWallin
RikWallin
06 October 2014
And this is better than forwarding the message to the magic evernote address you were given for free? Kindly explain please.
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Mar6473
Mar6473
30 November 2014
@RikWallin please explain why you're looking at this product description if you already have the magic evernote address you were given for free?

I'd suggest actually reading the product description. How about "direct reference link to the source email?" Derp.
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$13.95

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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