MailButler

Email productivity brought to the next level

MailButler is just the Apple Mail extension you need in your daily life! With it, you can have delivery and read reports of your emails, set emails to notes, set a special time and date an email should be sent, undo sending or just make an email disappear for a certain period of time from your mailbox.

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Finally, Apple Mail's getting some love. Bravo!
Looking great, finally a good extension to Apple Mail. However, I didn't understand the pricing model - would love to have a one-time payment for the software, rather than a subscription.
Also I tried to add a cloud service like Dropbox or Evernote via the Services tab, and nothing happens.
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@avirambm When linking Dropbox to MailButler, are you redirected to Dropbox' website?
@dotguru No, nothing happens. And it's not only Dropbox, it's all the services.
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@avirambm That's really weird. Could you please send an email to support@feingeist.io – we would like to fix this issue for you
why is everything a subscription? in this case, it just doesn't make sense to pay this much annually for a plugin. the indev team has been selling awesome mail app software for years by selling once and then selling major upgrades. that makes more sense imho.
@passingnotes I agree. I think this would be much better as a one time purchase with paid major version upgrades. But subscriptions are all the rage now.
Email Scheduling is a killer feature! But I have my hesitations about the pricing model. I'm afraid that many, like me, will limit the service to the 20 free rides each month. A fixed price would solve this. Or a 'friendlier' extra price plan, like 100 monthly actions for 100 cents. Free is now to limited. Paid is now, for the average user, too expensive.
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I definitely can use a PA for my Apple mail app. Mailbutler looks great and is full of nice add-on features. Not entirely sure about the pricing model though. € 5.95 / MO for a non-limited account is rather steep imho.