What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing Text2Mail

Mac software Text2Mail






TOKYO (MacHouse) – When you send mail, it’s sometimes easier if you write a message with TextEdit at first and then take it to Mail. That doesn’t mean that Mail lets you import TextEdit files, though.

Today, MacHouse has released a new Mac software title called Text2Mail. Text2Mail lets you use TextEdit document files to compose and send messages to any number of e-mail addresses through Mail. All you have to do is drag and drop a document file (RTF, RTFD, TXT) with or without pictures/hyperlinks, select one of sender’s addresses, set the subject of a message and set recipient addresses.





Mac software Text2Mail
Source: MacHouse






Click on the button for more information on Text2Mail. VTC






Text2Mail is a product of MacHouse.
Mail, TextEdit are products of Apple, Inc.

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3 Responses to What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing Text2Mail

  1. Luca Paci says:

    Hey! It simply doesn’t works! I want my money back!!!!
    You cant import addresses from AddressBook it crashes!

    Luca Paci
    Apple Distinguished educator
    Italy

  2. I’m sorry to hear your difficulty. Nobody else has reported the same issue. If you have purchased a software license for Text2Mail from Mac App Store and need a refund, please talk to them directly. If you would like to look into this problem, please click on ‘Questions?’ at the top and give us more information.

  3. I’ve tested it under Snow Leopard and Lion to see if Text2Mail crashes when I attempt to import e-mail addresses from AddressBook. It didn’t. In this QuickTime movie, I tested it under Snow Leopard.

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