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Ever find yourself wanting more from Apple's Mail app? With MailButler, a popular Apple Mail plugin, you may not have to switch to a third-party email client to get the features you're looking for.

In this episode, we'll show you how to supercharge Apple Mail using MailButler so you can:

Snooze emails in your inbox

Create tasks from individual messages

Track whether emails you've sent have been opened

Trigger automatic follow-ups for messages that don't receive a response

Create beautiful email signatures

Do much, much more!

The full tutorial covers:

  • Installation
  • Settings
  • Snooze
  • Tasks
  • Notes
  • Tracking
  • Follow-up
  • Signatures
  • Attachment Reminders
  • Composing

Video Tutorial Comments

(9 comments posted)

Jim Leff

Mailhub is supposed to be similar, and better, the only downside being a noncomminicative dev.

Don mentioned several years ago that he was checking out MailHub; I'm wondering what made this more attractive?


Kenneth Taylor

Hi Jim, MailHub is certainly more useful to me. I still like to sort my mail into folders. MailHub makes the few messages that are not automatically sorted by filters easy to file. It also works well with Reminders. I use it all the time. I have tried MailButler but it offers a lot that I do not care about. This review offers me no compelling reason to switch.


Mike Schmitz

Hi Jim, to be honest MailButler was my choice. MailButler has been very well received by email nerds I know, so I was excited to dive into it for SCO :)

David Price

I've been using MailButler for over a a year. I really like knowing whether an email I send has been opened. Also, I like being able to schedule the time an email gets delivered... sometimes I'll compose an email in the wee hours of the morning but I'll schedule it for delivery during normal work hours so people won't think I'm a workaholic and can't keep up with the workload during a normal work week. And the developer has responded whenever I've had questions. It's a very professional package.

Olen Lacy

I have used Mail plug-ins in the past and every time Apple updated Mail, it killed the plug-in. Any idea if this is the case here?

OG Lacy


Mike Schmitz

Hi Olen, I would imagine that you are in just as much danger using MailButler as any other plugin, but the developer does seem to be very responsive. Each version of Mail in macOS is going to bring challenges for developers to overcome, Mac users were fortunate with High Sierra for the changes to be pretty minor and not cause many significant issues.

Olen Lacy

I have used Mail plug-ins in the past and every time Apple updated Mail, it killed the plug-in. Any idea if this is the case here?

OG Lacy

Fay Greenfield

so i just signed up for your tutorial -- but it's not helpful at all as the images in your tutorial don't match up w/Mailbutler today, 2/18/2018. very confusing!


Mike Schmitz

Sorry about that, Fay. I noticed the website looks very different but the service itself looks pretty similar (at least to me on build 6901). Unfortunately, I don't have prior knowledge when developers will make updates and I'm sure somethings will be different as they consistently try to improve their products. But if you have any questions, I'll do my best to answer them here.

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