Fix: Mountain Lion “Apple Mail 6.0” problems with sender (reply-from) and mail folders/boxes

August 29, 2012

UPDATE – MARCH 17th 2013: This bug has now been fixed (only took Apple 7-8 months to do it!), with the latest release, OS X 10.8.3. So fire up Software Update and update your Mountain Lion! No more need for the Apple Script below. Sorry for the long subject but it’s a bit hard to […]

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Direct linking to messages in Apple Mail on Mac

April 11, 2012

In an effort to optimize my to-do lists, by moving away from to-do lists and into a more GTD (Getting Things Done)-based system, I decided to give NirvanaHQ a try, their web based GTD app seems pretty nice and so far I’m happy with it. There’s just one thing though, I still very often find […]

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Fixed: Copy/Pasting E-mail Address In Snow Leopard Mail

September 17, 2009

Earlier this week I wrote about how in Snow Leopard changed the way e-mail addresses would be copied to your clipboard, when you right click on a “From” name on an e-mail, to copy their e-mail address. The way it used to work, like in Leopard, was that it simply copied the e-mail address, […]

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Snow Leopard Mail Quirk: Copy/Pasting Addresses

September 14, 2009

Apple’s mail program so cleverly named “Mail”, didn’t really add anything new and useful to me when I updated from Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard to 10.6 Snow Leopard. Sure, 64 bit is cool and might have made the application a bit snappier, but Exchange support which is the shiny new thing in Mail, is […]

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I Should Have Waited With Snow Leopard Installation – Too Many Incompatiblity Issues

August 30, 2009

I just couldn’t resist, I simply had to install Snow Leopard as soon as I got my hands on it, neglecting to check if my favorite applications and plugins were compatible. I thought, since Snow Leopard has been out with developers for so long, that surely they must have something ready by now. How wrong […]

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What Is RSS Feeds And How Do You Use It

July 8, 2009

We all have to start somewhere, and that somewhere is usually where you don’t know much about anything. RSS feeds are such a thing. If I’m having a chat with my father about the Internet and start mentioning RSS feeds, XML files and so on, I can be certain that his mind is already in […]

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