Worse is the stupid feeling you get when you send an email to 27 people and forget to send them the attachment.
Then, you look stupid to 27 people when, just three minutes later, you send the message again, but with the attachment. Is there a way to not forget to send attachments? Yes. It’s an elegant, inexpensive, mostly one-trick pony app for the Mac called ForgetMeNot.
Simply put, ForgetMeNot scans your email text for specific keywords which normally refer to attached files.
If it finds those keywords, but can’t find the attachment, you get a little pop down warning to remind you to either add an attachment or send it anyway.
ForgetMeNot is an email extension so it shows up in Mail’s Preferences.
Choose from one of four languages, then add custom keywords for ForgetMeNot to check before you can send an email message.
Now, all you have to do is to remember to use the word attachment or some other keyword when you send an attachment. ForgetMeNot will remind you to make sure you click to add the attachment.