MailForge and the Future

On July 25, 2012, in Blog, by Matt Milano

Hi Everyone, It’s with very mixed feelings that this post is being written. Over the last 4+ years, we’ve poured our heart and soul into MailForge. In that time, we’ve made many friends, learned a lot and enjoyed every minute of it. Recently, however, there have been some developments affecting the future of MailForge. As […]


MailForge 3 Released

On May 26, 2012, in Blog, by Matt Milano

We’re pleased to announce the release of MailForge 3. MailForge 3 represents a substantial rewrite of the MailForge underpinnings. The result is a leaner, faster, more stable and reliable email client. We’ve worked hard to take the feedback we have received throughout the life of MailForge 1 & 2 and implement it in 3.0, while […]


What MailForge Is…And What It Isn’t…

On May 3, 2012, in Blog, by Matt Milano

As the release of MailForge 3 nears (finally), we wanted to take a moment to clear up a misconception that has seemed to gain strength over time. Lately, we’ve been getting a number of emails from individuals who profess that if MailForge 3 is not an EXACT duplicate of Eudora, right down to individual menu […]


One More Delay…

On April 9, 2012, in Blog, by Matt Milano

Over the course of the last week, we have continued to work on the lingering bug that has delayed MailForge 3. We believe we have the fix, but want to take a bit of extra time to ensure it will not affect our users. Therefore, rather than releasing this week, we will be releasing a […]


Updated MailForge Release Date

On April 2, 2012, in Blog, by Matt Milano

Due to an issue with the new composition component in MailForge 3, we are postponing releasing date April 9th. Please accept our apologies for the delay.


MailForge 3 Release Date

On February 6, 2012, in Blog, by Matt Milano

Hi Everyone, We believe we’ve finally ironed out the bug that has prevented us from committing to a solid date for MailForge 3’s release date. As we previously stated, this bug was due to a poorly documented Apple API that relates to how we display HTML emails. Now that we have this worked out, we […]


Moving Forward

On September 29, 2011, in Blog, by Matt Milano

This post is to inform everyone where we’ve been, where we are and, most importantly, where we’re going. Where We’ve Been When the MailForge project (then Odysseus) first started, we felt an unnecessary need to get MailForge out ASAP. As a result, some poor decisions were made early on that have caused us a great […]