MailCM

Copy Mail message properties to clipboard

Have you ever need to copy specific sections of emails, but could not waste time going through each and every one? View full description

PROS

  • Copies lots of properties
  • Integrates well in Apple Mail

CONS

  • A bit difficult to install

Good
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Have you ever need to copy specific sections of emails, but could not waste time going through each and every one?

MailCM is a preference and contextual menu item to quickly find and copy to clipboard specific properties of an email.

It works in Apple Mail and can recover elements like the header message, source, reply to or recipient address. To use it all you have to do is select the emails you need to retrieve, right click, select MailCM from the dropdown menu, then the property you wish to copy.

MailCM was a little difficult to install. We had to copy the plugin to the Contextual Menu folder in Library and restart Apple Mail to get it to appear.

However once setup, it proved to be very handy and certainly saved lots of time when looking for properties in many emails.

Although a little difficult to install, MailCM is a good Apple Mail contextual menu item which copies message properties in one go.

Changes

  • Expired trial versions of the software automatically renew when restarted so that you can continue the demo if a new version is released. (Just relaunch the menu bar item to apply the update.)
  • Improved menu updates in the menu bar item.

MailCM is a contextual menu item for copying Apple Mail message properties of multiple messages to the clipboard. The following menu items are available for copying the given properties:

All Headers

All the headers of the message

Content

Contents of an email message

All Headers and Content

All the headers and content of the message

Date

The date a message was received

Time

The time a message was received

Header Message ID

The header message ID string

Mail Message ID

Mail's internal numeric message ID string

Source

Raw source of the message

Reply To

The address that replies should be sent to

Sender

The sender of the message

Subject

The subject of the message

Recipient Name

The name of the first recipient of the message

Recipient Address

The address of the first recipient of the message

Summary

Sender, subject, date, time, recipient and content of the message

MailCM

Download

MailCM 1.1.6