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  1. I've gone through all the troubleshooting of Alfred and Catalina and it won't search my email, even with the powerpack and the mail workflow installed. I bought Alfred mostly for one purpose -- searching my mail, because Apple's search tools do such a poor job. I rebuilt the index, etc., etc. All I get when I put in em "search words" is Google, etc, etc. -- never mail.
  2. I am currently using the latest buld of A4, along with the latest release of Catalina on my Macbook Pro. When i enter in the keyword to search for emails in Apple Mail, Alfred always shows only my fallback search options. I have taken the following steps to troublesheoot: - Deleted and reinstalled the workflow - Made sure i am on the latest release of Alfred and MacOS - Granted Full Disk Accesst o Alfred in the security settings - Double checked that my emails are showing up in spotlight search - Enabled 'search all file types' in Alfred ettings
  3. Brief Instructions: 1. Import it. 2. Set snippet. 3. Use it with keyword to copy URI link to clipboard and paste where you want, or with snippet in your text editor. Support Applications: OmniOutliner,OmniFocus,Evernote(Chinese users: Yinxiang Biji),Mail,Finder, Safari Web Donwload: Web:huhesper/KW-URI-Everywhere Detail instructions: Web:URI Alfred Workflow Everywhere – Knowledge Work Tool
  4. Introducing Mail Actions Go crazy minimal with Mail.app and still stay functional thanks to the power of Alfred 2 Workflows. See it in Action here Features Use Alfred to: Navigate Mailboxes from Alfred. Drill down to the Mailbox you want and action the result. Move/Copy selected emails with Alfred. Type a few keywords to choose the desired folder. ↩ to move, ⌥+↩ to copy. Optimisations In order to limit the overhead of always having to query and generate a list of all Mailboxes, the workflow store the information in a plist file that is updated every 7 days. The file is located at: ~/
  5. I like to be able to link to my mail. Apple gives you a way to do this, but you have to open the raw message to get the messageid. I finally decided to create a workflow that would allow you to get the message id's of selected mail, format them and put them into the clipboard. The workflow works like as such. Select message or messages in Mac Mail app. Open Alfred and type mailurl. optionally type a format html or markdown (md). If no format is selected html is assumed. Paste messages into markdown or html sensitive application. It is probably worth noting that this is useful in a variety
  6. I've seen several workflows that do things like autocomplete tags, or folders, or something else. I'm wondering if there is a way to autocomplete mailboxes in mail.app? My use case would be a keyword to move a mail message, allowing the user to start typing the desired mailbox with the workflow providing matches. Any ideas?
  7. Apologies for what is a pretty basic question for most people in this forum, but does anybody know how to click a menu item that contains quotation marks? More specifically, in the Mail app, I would like to take one of my mailboxes offline (as opposed to taking them all offline). However, the menu items include quotation marks around the name of each mailbox. For example, from the menu's hierarchy, the menu might look something like the following: Mailbox Online Status Take "GMAIL" Offline Take "AOL" Offline Take "H
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