Subjectivity is a mailbundle plugin for Apple's Mail.app that helps prevent against accidentally sending e-mail messages from Mail.app that lack a subject line. When you attempt to send a message without a subject line, a sheet appears presenting you with options to use a suggested subject line, edit the message manually, or send anyway. The subject line that is suggested will be the beginning of the body, or a list of attachment names should there be some.
I was greatly guided by James Eagan's tutorial in the authoring of this mailbundle.
- Some users have reported subjectivity inserting MIME garbage instead of summary; Currently trying to reproduce
- Subjectivity is not compatible with Leopard 10.5 (nor is it necessary in Mail 3.0)
1.0.1: Improved Installation Process.
1.0: Initial Release.
Download Subjectivity 1.0.1:
Download Subjectivity v1.0.1 (Universal):