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SuperfellSuperfell 

Maildrop 2.0 beta

Details of the new features, and download info.
http://www.pocketsoap.com/weblog/2008/11/1832.html

Feedback welcome.
SuperfellSuperfell
There's a new beta version available, this adds support for uploading attachments. Try it out and let me know what you think.
http://www.pocketsoap.com/osx/maildrop/maildrop2_b4.zip
JackTinsleyJackTinsley
Worked great the first time out.  Love the new button panel.

Thank you very much.
jmepjmep
Hi Simon! I am using the new Maildrop 2 with Mac 10.4.1 and MacMail 2.1.3. When I was previously using the older version of Mail Drop I was unable to add attachments (which you already know) however, the email would atleat open into Salesforce and I could just copy and paste the contents into salesforce. With the new version I am getting no response when I have an email with an attachment. Nothing happens - no error - no window opens - nothing! Is there anything I can do to fix this???
SuperfellSuperfell
Yes, there's a known issue with the compiled applescripts not running correctly on 10.4, recompiling them fixes the problem, see this post http://community.salesforce.com/sforce/board/message?board.id=mac&message.id=896
SuperfellSuperfell
I just posted a build that should address the problems on 10.4, can you try it out and see if it works ok for you http://www.pocketsoap.com/osx/maildrop/maildrop_v21.zip
SmrutiSmruti

Hi, I just downloaded MailDrop 2.1 to support uploading of attachments. I was able to  upload a small attachment but not a 5.3MB one. Is there a size limit? 

 

Also, does Maildrop permit importing of multiple emails at once? If not, is there any other way to do so? 

 

Thanks. 

SuperfellSuperfell

Salesforce.com has a 5Mb limit for attachments.

 

No, you have to import each email one at a time.