InfoClick 1.2.3 – Search tool for Mail.
Size: 19.36 MB
InfoClick is designed to be used with Apple’s Mail application to navigate through your emails to see the words, contacts, and information within. InfoClick knows precisely what words you’ve used, so there’s no guessing; it offers a guided process of progressively narrowing down the matches in a series of simple choices. That means you can’t ever produce a search with zero matches. For example, when you’re searching for all emails containing a particular word, InfoClick would show the completions “connection”, “connexion”, and (the misspelled) “connecsion”, if you’d actually used those words in your emails.
InfoClick offers additional features to make searching your emails easier. To see all emails received from educational organizations in the US, simply type .edu in the From field. With a single click, you can narrow-down your search to only those emails that had an attachment, and/or those received in a given date range, and/or those that contain specific words. You can choose, as alternatives, all displayed word spellings used in the emails, so you don’t miss an email because of spelling errors.
InfoClick also offers a note editor, allowing you to collect and organize links to emails, files, Web pages, and other URLs (notes are completely searchable).
New and Improved
Added support for the Touch Bar, as found on some new MacBook models
InfoClick is now sandboxed; the first time you use it you may be prompted for access to your email folder
Clearing the search a second time should never display a completion list
Clearing the search a second time should focus a recently used field, not the default field
The list of available search years should be sorted to show the most recent years first
Activating find menu commands when the results list has focus should find in the email preview area
Settings for the results list (eg: sort order) are not properly restored in Advanced mode after relaunching
Malformed emails with giant HTML tags (most likely spam) can cause crashes
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor