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Jul
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
15
accepted How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
Feb
15
comment How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
I actually tried to do exactly that (shortcut? you mean alias?) and it didn't work at all. The mail app then just made some weird Mail Downloads Temp folders. I actually couldn't get it to work at all this way. I like the idea so give you an upvote for that anyways.
Feb
14
awarded  Teacher
Feb
14
answered How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
Feb
14
awarded  Scholar
Feb
14
comment How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
One step easier is actually just to make an Automater Folder Action to move Mail Download files to the Downloads folder ;) But I wouldn't have thought of that without your suggestion so kudos to you.
Feb
14
comment How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
Thank you, This answers my need perfectly.
Feb
14
comment How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
I apparently can't upvote your answer despite my desire to do so. You are correct and thank you for being clear.
Feb
10
comment How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
i understand that, but i guess i assumed that double tapping on an attachment (aka downloading it) would put it in the configured location. it's just not intuitive to double click on a zip file attachment and then just have it disappear and have to hunt around for it's location.
Feb
9
awarded  Student
Feb
9
comment How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?
to be clear - I've configured mail to download attachments to the downloads folder, yet when I double tap on items they get put in my library under mail downloads. is that not what this configuration setting is for?
Feb
9
asked How do I get the Mail app to use its configuration settings?