MailHub for Sierra
MailHub for Sierra
1.12.8

3.5

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MailHub for Sierra1.12.8

05 February 2017

Maintain a streamlined inbox in Apple Mail (was MailHub for El Capitan).

Overview

MailHub for Sierra (was MailHub for El Capitan) 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 requires a new license. If you purchased MailHub after 20th September 2015, you are eligible for a free upgrade. For purchases before 20th September 2015, you can update at a discount. In both cases, please use this page to upgrade your license: http://dervishsoftware.com/mailhub/upgrade/

What's new in MailHub for Sierra

Version 1.12.8:
  • Compatibility with Mail.app 10.3

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32 Reviews of MailHub for Sierra

3
MnogoMnogo
18 February 2017
Version: 1.12.8

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A few years back, this excellent add-on for Apple Mail also had good support: updated in time for revisions of Apple Mail, responsive to problems, with a user forum on the website. Then about three years ago, maybe with update to Mavericks, this all changed. Now, regularly, a new version of the OS comes out that breaks the add-on (that's the nature of these things), and the developer is completely missing in action and unresponsive — until maybe a month later a link to an update appears on the company's Twitter account, which you know about only if you go and look. When a new update appears, there's sometimes some responsiveness on the Twitter account too (but not by email or via the website), which ends a few weeks later. In between, if you have a problem, you get no response, and the forum on the website has been inoperative for several years as well. With the update to Sierra, this pattern was followed again — except this time this was a paid update. I paid, and now with 10.12.3 the plug-in is not working: filed mail gets sent to "Recovered Message" about half the time instead of where it should go. Multiple messages to the developer have gone unanswered, and I'm less tolerant having just paid new money for this product. Again, in principle a wonderful addition to Apple Mail, but the way things are going, it will function for you only about half the time, unless you never update your OS. I would rate it 5 stars were it not for these problems, and have done so for earlier versions — but not this time.
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dprBreck
20 January 2020
Version: 1.12.8
I've used this app for years now. I'd have come back to give it five stars, but I'll fit the stereotype of just writing when I have a complaint. This one, however, is big. This developer will not respond about developing for Catalina. No beta, nothing. It has stopped me from updating to Catalina, but I'm done with this garbage. Gladly would have paid for an upgrade. It's the only app that has not updated... months later after public release of Catalina, and not even a beta.
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rehanmaya3
25 September 2019
Version: 1.12.8
Paid for this on Yosemite. Just upgraded to High Sierra and the serial is not working. No response from the developers. I have moved on to Postbox. They have a similar function pressing "v" brings up a prompt where I can type the folder name and press "enter" to file to that specific folder. I love having Mailhub, but I do not want to pay for it without support and responses from the developers. Postbox email client is fast and $40 gets me the support I want to have!
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5
Eveningclouds
25 June 2019
Version: 1.12.8
OK, we are back on the MailHub Deathwatch . Will this wonderful program be updated for Catalina, or has the developer finally completely slipped out the back door? I've sent them snailmail entreaties and even offered them money, and never hear anything back, and then suddenly there is an updated version that works! Hope history repeats this time! And no one has anything else like it. A puzzlement.
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mark-356
15 November 2018
Version: 1.12.8
I love this app. By far the best plug-in for apple mail. Was 5 stars for the past 3 years of use until now. No way to purchase more licenses. They are no longer replying to support requests and social media messages. Licenses no longer update. I think they have closed their doors and I still have 3 additional licenses I cannot get to work.
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marks_99
03 September 2018
Version: 1.12.8
Simply the best. I receive a ton of mails every day. Apple Mail wasn't just fast enough to sort them all in folders. So I tried all Mail Clients out there. Airmail, Postbox, ... you name it. But I wans't happy with them. A few days ago I found MailHub and it is just a great peace of software. It ist so easy now to sort my mails. Thank you so much.

(Also I use MailTags with Apple Mail with these two tools Apple Mail works great for my needs)
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Eveningclouds
10 July 2018
Version: 1.12.8
OK, seriously, we all have doubts that MailHub developers will ever communicate again, much less update their fabulous app for Mojave. So, are there any other apps that do the kind of smart autfiling that MailHub does. Tagging is not the same, and I don't care about scheduling, receipts, reminders or any of that stuff.
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Sixbillships
14 May 2018
Version: 1.12.8
I have a valid purchase, yet my order number does not show up in their online upgrade eligibility database. I've made multiple attempts to reach the developer over the past two months about purchasing an upgrade, but have yet to receive any response. I'm terribly disappointed in their customer service.
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0.5
YHC
25 February 2018
Version: 1.12.8
Bad App: MailButler is more powerful, and has a less bug. Please try the Trial first, and you will delete this poor app with lots of bugs, for example, 1. Cannot INDEX ALL of subunit boxes per mail box (e.g. inbox, outbox, etc. per Hotmail box). 2. Some customized appearance cannot be displayed, for example, checking the checkbox for Arrow/Italics (needing to uncheck "Swap XXX..."). 3. Cannot arrange the toolbox items of this app. 4. I am tired to tell about all the critical Cons... You can waste a lot of time to try it, and get nothing.
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MnogoMnogo
17 February 2018
Version: 1.12.8
Does anyone know whether MacOS 10.13.4, currently in beta, breaks MailHub or not? Sometimes these minor updates have, and sometimes not.

(Asking here because good luck getting an answer from the developer.)
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Eveningclouds
09 January 2018
Version: 1.12.8
MailHub High Sierra finally out of beta! You can download from developer's site. I imagine it will show up here before too long. So far so good. Probably the most unresponsive developer in history, but what a terrifc and useful program!
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Eveningclouds
22 December 2017
Version: 1.12.8
Well I am near despairing of this marvelous program ever reviving. I understand the beta works on High Sierra, but how long will that last. Has anyone found any Mail extensions that do the same job? I've written the developer, written to other developers and newsgroups, and even checked out the company's UK registry (active). And the program is still being sold. If you've got any news, respond here svp.
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5
p6xu-8kwh
19 October 2017
Version: 1.12.8
Brilliant addon, works as advertised and the developer is fairly quick with any needed fixes.

I use this addon every day and it really does feel very much a native part of apple mail. My favorite feature is the smart filing, works so well and saves tons of time. Also setting reminders is really nice.

Nice work!!!!!

One suggestion - please deliver betas for new releases sooner....and respond to bug reports quickly.
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4.5
don-leslie
11 October 2017
Version: 1.12.8
I got the latest update for High Sierra today and it works fine. Problem solved. Just a couple of days without MH made me unhappy. Happy again.
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Harry Flashman
09 September 2017
Version: 1.12.8
I purchased the original version and then the update. It's been very useful for managing a large number of folders, however support now seems to be non existent and there is no sense that this is an app in active development; simply that they want to keep it on sale.

I sent in a bug report at their site a couple weeks ago and there has been zero follow up. If you click on the support link now at the dervish software website it says the site is closed. This makes me wonder about the viability of using MailHub going forward.
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misterjspencer
29 March 2017
Version: 1.12.8
So right now the web site does not work and a new update is needed. Having paid over for this useful utility/add on its the same old story of a hundred other useful utilities. Maybe the developer got a job with apple or another software developer or didn't have the time they had as a student (and the software paid their way through college)now they are are a merchant banker a doctor or something all this is forgotten.
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MnogoMnogo
18 February 2017
Version: 1.12.8
A few years back, this excellent add-on for Apple Mail also had good support: updated in time for revisions of Apple Mail, responsive to problems, with a user forum on the website. Then about three years ago, maybe with update to Mavericks, this all changed. Now, regularly, a new version of the OS comes out that breaks the add-on (that's the nature of these things), and the developer is completely missing in action and unresponsive — until maybe a month later a link to an update appears on the company's Twitter account, which you know about only if you go and look. When a new update appears, there's sometimes some responsiveness on the Twitter account too (but not by email or via the website), which ends a few weeks later. In between, if you have a problem, you get no response, and the forum on the website has been inoperative for several years as well. With the update to Sierra, this pattern was followed again — except this time this was a paid update. I paid, and now with 10.12.3 the plug-in is not working: filed mail gets sent to "Recovered Message" about half the time instead of where it should go. Multiple messages to the developer have gone unanswered, and I'm less tolerant having just paid new money for this product. Again, in principle a wonderful addition to Apple Mail, but the way things are going, it will function for you only about half the time, unless you never update your OS. I would rate it 5 stars were it not for these problems, and have done so for earlier versions — but not this time.
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4.5
Amcarter3
05 February 2017
Version: 1.12.8
Been relying in Mailhub for years. I'm on Ver 1.12.8 on Sierra 10.12.3 – no issues. This app rocks. Most of the time, it figures out where I want to store incoming mail. It's less effective on outgoing. But, overall, there is no competition.
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5
robfol
26 October 2016
Version: 1.9.3
I just found out that V1.12.3 is now out on the Dervish site, I have downloaded it and works perfectly on Sierra 10.12.1. Very pleased to have MailHub back!!!!. This is a paid upgrade $9.95 but worth every penny / cent. Go Get It http://dervishsoftware.com/mailhub/download.html
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MnogoMnogo
23 August 2016
Version: 1.9.3
So there is an August 1 tweet by Dervish Software with a link to a Sierra beta: https://t.co/zNxTgTUvmE Has anyone here tried it? I see no comments there (and mysteriously, just like last year, the official website appears to be unchanged since 2014 except for one mention of the El Capitan update).
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Dberry
22 August 2016
Version: 1.9.3
Definitely incompatible with 10.12 - (well, it MIGHT be compatible, but it is automatically disabled when mail is launched.) The mailhub website is gathering dust... the most recent "support" discussion I saw was dated April 2014. The last download available is the first (and only) release for El Capitan (no minor bug fix releases, AFAIK.) I submitted a question to their support team asking for confirmation of support of Sierra, but haven't received a reply after a week. I depend on MailHub (and MailTags + MailActOn) for my workflow, and would hate to see the project abandoned.
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MnogoMnogo
21 July 2016
Version: 1.9.3
I am assuming this indespensible plug-in will be broken if I update to the Sierra MacOS public beta — but has anyone tried it? That's the main reason I'm not updating (since Sierra's tabs look very inviting).
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Balance12
27 March 2016
Version: 1.9.3
Have been using this program since it's inception. The fact that I could not utilize while beta testing new OS caused me to revert back to non beta. It's that useful to me and how I utilize email. True, that the authors could be a bit more aggressive with their offering of updates, but the program is important enough to me that I will always wait until it is available before doing the next system upgrade. Mac should absolutely by this program and integrate it into Mail.
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bbitg
02 March 2016
Version: 1.9.3
Current Version is 1.9.6P1 (works with El Capitan)
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wayne
22 February 2016
Version: 1.9.3
Great product but I think development has stopped. No response to any emails or tweets. Wont be spending $$$$ even though the product is brilliant!
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Poppayanke
11 December 2015
Version: 1.9.3
Unfortunately, latest version of MailHub is incompatible with OS X 10.11.2. No word yet as to when a fix will be available.
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mrdrc
04 December 2015
Version: 1.9.3
I've used MailHub for a couple of years, and was quite happy with it until 'upgrading' to v1.9.3. Now it displays error messages regularly ('can't move message to mailbox <null>'). I filed a bug report (#40071) on their support site, but there's been no response after several days. I rate it 4.5 stars for features and functionality, but deduct 0.5 stars for the bug, and -3 stars for the lack of any support.
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anonymous-swan-2760
15 November 2015
Version: 1.9.3
Yea! So glad to find out how to update Mail Hub for 10.11.1. Also worked for me to download from here. I was getting very frustrated without it. Thanks to all!
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Punda
02 November 2015
Version: 1.9.3
Hi, this version does not work on OS X 10.11.1. A bad thing as I use Mailhub all the time. Best, Jan.
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Sgginc
22 October 2015
Version: 1.9.3
I can't work without this utility. One click filing of messages to the correct mail folder. It saves a huge amount of time. Indispensable!!! Thanks ... Ken
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5
Miner
10 October 2015
Version: 1.9.3
This is THE add in for Mail that keeps me getting back to Mail. No more messing about with rules, but easy organizing and clean up from the Inbox to appropriate folders or trash with a simple click. Very responsive in support, and absolute asset for Mail.
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5
Eveningclouds
06 October 2015
Version: 1.9.2P2
This is a fantastic add-on to Apple Mail. I've used it for a few years now and can't imagine life without it at this point. Basically it learns where your mail from or to a sender or recipient is supposed to be filed, giving you lots of choices to revise its suggestion if you need to. It is packed with tons of useful features (like preventing Mail from marking a message as read when you preview it, or being able to easily follow your filed message to the targeted folder in order to do additional follow up with the sender). I know there was a rough patch waiting for the El Cap version to release. The developer was oddly unresponsive for a while, making a lot of us nervous. But he's back. I would not hesitate to grab this program. For what it does and for the time it saves, and the elegance of its execution, the price is very reasonable indeed.
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Michael Frankel
05 October 2015
Version: 1.9.2P2
I have emailed these folks multiple times about an issue with the previous version of Mail Hub. NOT ONCE time have I received a response from them. It's nice to know they're still around, but are they actually SUPPORTING their product. Come on, folks. my emails have been courteous and professional. The least you can do is to respond.
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