Posted by Clive Galeni, 16 September 2017 8:44 pm
macOS Sierra 10.12.6 anti inline plugin update can be downloaded here.
The main dish is still cooking, but in the meantime grab the new macOS compatibility version from the link above.
Tags: macOS, Disable inline attachments, Plugin, Mail
Comments: 8 Comments
Comment by Winco on 17 September 2017 11:05 am
Thank you Clive for your time and effort you put into developing and updating this useful plugin :-)
Comment by Brett on 18 September 2017 11:20 am
Thanks for the update! Hugely appreciated!Quick question though: when are you going to start tweeting? https://twitter.com/clivegaleni
Clive: Thank YOU, tweeting - will think about it :)
Comment by Watchthebat on 17 September 2017 4:42 pm
Thank you so much for the update. I had to use some work around to get the last version to work and I thought you had disappeared. Great to have you back and thank you for your efforts.
Clive: Thanks Pauline! It's good to be back and thanks for the awesome support!
Comment by Jeremy S Paine on 18 September 2017 6:12 pm
Thanks you SO much. This plug-in lets me keep using Mail.app at work instead of Outlook, and now it's back in action again after the Sierra update.
Comment by Shane on 19 September 2017 5:31 am
Awesome add on to Mail and just what I was looking for to replace attachment tamer
have paid for a licence a few hours ago but the details are still not sent through.
Have order reference if need be.
Please advise how to get the licence number resent
Clive: Thank you for the purchase, Shane. I've resent the license email.
Comment by Peter Anderton on 19 September 2017 2:23 pm
So glad to have you back Clive. Thought you'd gone travelling!!
Comment by Mike Dean on 20 September 2017 10:47 am
Thanks Clive, welcome back, I can get back to using Mail!Mike
Comment by Peter Labrow on 21 September 2017 11:49 am
This looks exactly like what I need - I used to use attachment tamer and then had to move to Postbox just to have real attachments that others can use. Has this been tested on High Sierra?
Clive: Sure, http://clivegaleni.com/posts/macos-high-sierra-10.13-update/
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