Saraswati
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Saraswati reviewed on 10 Sep 2012
I went to the Jumsoft website < http://www.jumsoft.com/mail-stationery/> and purchased Mail Stationery because I particularly liked some of the Invitation stationery templates. So, I purchased Mail Stationery based upon the samples on their website. I am very disappointed that the particular stationery templates I had wanted are actually not included! Be forewarned that one is not getting exactly what is advertised on the Jumsoft website. I have been in contact with the developer, and after a week of trying various methods to obtain the missing stationery files (the developer has given me invalid URLS), I have now requested a refund. If this developer finally supplies the missing stationery templates that are advertised on their website, I will amend my review. For now, buy beware!
[Version 3.1]



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Saraswati reviewed on 24 Jul 2010
I agree with FRANKP: I am still using Eudora on my iMac/OS 10.6.4, but will make the switch soon to MailForge. It's definitely getting better. Keep up the great work, MailForge!
[Version 2.0.3]



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Saraswati commented on 23 Feb 2008
I love MUMenu and use it everyday. Thanks!

However, I have a little problem: I just upgraded to version 2.1.2 from the previous version and now the icon is in a different place in the menu bar. One is supposed to hold down the Command key and drag icons in the menu bar to rearrange them, but that does not work with MUMenu. Is there another way to move the icon in a different place on the menu bar?
[Version 2.1.2]


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Saraswati commented on 30 May 2008
Thanks very much for the info. I deleted the .plist file and restarted and now the icon is in its proper place in the menu bar. Thanks!
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Saraswati reviewed on 13 Apr 2007
I used MultiTimer Pro (OS 9) for many years and loved that app. Unfortunatley, the developer decided not to create an OS X version. On the Job is a terrific substitute MultiTimer Pro. In fact, the developer, Dan Messing, also used MultiTimer Pro for years and was inspired to create On the Job. This app is elegant and easy to use. I totally concur with the previous reviewers. Thank you Dan Messing!
[Version 2.2.2]



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Saraswati commented on 24 Mar 2006
I used an older version of this about a year ago to convert some old System 7 files to use with Eudora. I downloaded this updater to convert w4a files to mp3. I had no problem at all converting these files. One m4a file had a problem with encoding. A window popped up to alert me that the file, as it was, could not be converted. I clicked on the "Trouble Shooting" button, followed the suggestion on the webpage, and the file was converted without a hitch. This is a very useful application for a great price. I haven't used SoX Wrap, but perhaps both would be useful utilities.

OS X 10.4.2; G5 1.6 GHz
[Version 051029]



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