From their booth (#SIP2) at
Macworld Conference & Expo, Bare Bones Software announced the release and immediate availability of Mailsmith 2.1, an update that now supports automatic attachment encoding based on file type, a new keyboard command that quickly moves messages between mailboxes, enhanced SMTP features, and new preferences and interface changes, including improved handling of random signatures. It’s also now compatible with Mac OS X v10.3 (Panther).
“Mailsmith continues to gain recognition as the extra-strength email client for Mac OS X,” said Rich Siegel, founder and CEO of Bare Bones Software.
Mailsmith 2.1 is a free update that’s available for immediate download from the Bare Bones Web site for all registered Mailsmith 2.0 owners. New users can expect to pay US$99, which includes a single-user license for SpamSieve.
Bare Bones Software also announced an upgrade that’s exclusive to Macworld Expo attendees: a T-shirt upgrade. Through Friday, January 9, wear one of the company’s older shirts to its booth and receive a free upgrade to a new “Crafting Fine Software” shirt. The new shirt is also free to anyone who orders BBEdit, TextWrangler, or Mailsmith, including upgrades.
You can also pick up BBEdit 7.1 for $119 (normally $179) and Mailsmith 2.1 for $79 during the show.