MailTags Support

Installing Mailsuite and Adding the MailTags Components

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To install MailSuite, double-click on the scs.x.x.dmg file in the downloads folder then drag the MailSuite app into the Applications folder.

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In Sierra and High Sierra

Open the MailSuite app, select the components you want to use ( MailTags, Mail Act-On, Mail Perspectives and/or SigPro).

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In Mojave

Before you can select which componrent you need, you will be asked to:

Give the MailSuite app “FullDisk Access” in the System Preferernces “Security & Privacy” setting

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Once MailSuite had FullDisck Access, you can add the components you want to use (see image above).

Also, in Mojave, when you first start Mail after adding the components, you will need to enable the MailSuite plugin in the “Manage Plug-ins” setting from the General tab of Mail’s preferences.

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In Sierra, High Sierra and Mojave, once MailTags is installed you can access its preferences through the MailTags tab in Mail’s prefernces.

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Contact Information

If you have further questions, or MailTags doesn't act as you expect, you can contact us at the following email address: support@smallcubed.com.