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OS X El Capitan - Mail Anti Inline Plugin

Hi all,

(go to plugin page)

As we all live in a fast paced world, I'll keep it brief:

  • The plugin is no longer free / it took a lot of work
    (all who donated get a license for free, just drop me an email
  • The plugin now leaves signatures inlined
  • Issue with Office 365 and Exchange recipients is now resolved
  • Gmail now shows attachment icon for your emails with attachments
  • Weird att.000 files are no longer manifesting

The plugin's main purpose is to disable inlined images for your recipients that are using other email software (Windows Mail / Outlook / Gmail / Thunderbird / ...).

Note: This plugin does not prevent annoying Mail app "auto preview" feature (yet)

Grab your copy, try it out and if it suits your needs, please purchase a license.

If it doesn't fit your needs, let me know what troubles you so we can fix it!

Thank you again for a massive feedback and support.

Open plugin page

Got questions? Requests? I'm here.

Categories: OS X

Tags: OS X, Anti inline, Plugin, Mail, Attachment, Disable inline attachments

Comments: 7 Comments



  • Comment by Steve Green on 4 September 2015 4:02 pm

    Hi Clive.

    I was excited to see that you'd updated this plugin to retain signatures.

    However, after installation, and a logout and login, the 'CG's Anti-Inline' item isn't in the 'Mail' menu. The folder is present in the Bundles folder in my Home library folder though. Any ideas?



  • Comment by Clive on 4 September 2015 8:29 pm

    Hi Steve, we resolved this via email. Thanks for your note, I'll also answer here for the others to know:

    If you have email plugins disabled you must run this at the terminal:

    defaults write EnableBundles -bool YES

    However, I added this command to the installer today, so you don't have to do this anymore.

    Installing is enough.

  • Comment by Erik van der Burgt on 12 September 2015 3:07 pm

    Glad you're back, Clive ;-)
    Thanks! Happy with it. More than happy.

  • Comment by Darren on 25 September 2015 3:18 pm

    At last someone has nailed this issue!!! It's been driving me mad for months since Lokiware stopped developing Attachment Tamer. I'm going to tell as many people as I can about this wonderful plug-in. Great work!

  • Comment by Simone on 27 September 2015 3:13 am

    Finally! Don't know how you could use email without it :)

  • Comment by Mari on 20 October 2015 3:51 am

    Thanks for developing this wonderful plug-in!

  • Comment by Clive on 25 September 2015 3:24 pm

    Thank you very much Darren! Just let me know if you need anything.

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