Welcome to QuickMailer

Sending emails have never been more snappy than with the help of this neat tool in your menubar.
QuickMailer sends emails via your primary Mail App account, so no configuration needed.

It also looks up your previous recipients to provide auto-completion.

You have the possibility of making the app remember individual fields (to, subject, message, attachments), so that they are right there ready for your next email. Quick, mail away!

If you are looking for QuickMailer support and some regular questions look here

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  1. Lucas says:

    What about a spelling checker option?

  2. Gustavo says:

    not working on mountain lion, i know i know, to soon, loooove your app, keep going…

  3. Christian says:

    Like the app very much as it is (reduced to the absolute necessary). However, the shortcut to invoke it (cmd, shift, d) does not work very well…

    • admin says:

      Hi Christian. Thank you very much. Now the shortcut described (cmd+shift+d) is used to send the mail when the popover is open and you have written an email and want to send it. What you want is probably a global shortcut to just open the popover. We are working on making that into the next release.

  4. hellspawncy says:

    Does this app can use my default signature also???

  5. Komeil says:

    Does your app support multiple mail accounts? Can I choose to send from one account or another?

  6. Angel says:

    How do I change my primary email adress in Mac ? Is there any way to change it from Quick Mailer ?

    • admin says:

      Hi Angel. Thank you for the Question. You do this through mail.app in the menubar by going to “Mail > Preferences…”, then choose the composing tab. There is a setting called “Send new messages from:” choose your desired account or pick “selected inbox”. If you choose “selected inbox” it will send from the inbox you have selected in the sidebar in mail.app.

  7. Marko says:

    How much memory does it takes to run Quick Mailer?

  8. Jon Spooner says:

    does this integrate with Gmail?

  9. Marshall Byler says:

    Does this app support signatures?

    • admin says:

      Hi Marshall.
      Thank you for your question.

      Signatures from mail.app are not supported currently, but you are able to save the message content in the editor field after you have sent a mail. That way you could add your signature once, and then before sending a new mail, clear all old text that is not part of the signature. Now that doesn’t really support the spirit of snappy mail sending, so we will look into adding real mail.app signature support.

  10. thomas says:

    are we able to see and edit old emails or is this specifically for sending emails to other people?

    • admin says:

      Hi Thomas. Sorry for the late reply – somehow we didn’t see any notification about your comment.

      QuickMailer is only for sending mails quickly through the menubar, so you would need to use mail.app for looking at old e-mails.