Box integration, Pinboard support and bug fixes in Dispatch 1.3.10

It has been a while since we updated Dispatch. We have been busy with some popular requests by our users and preparing fixes for some of the most annoying bugs in Dispatch.

Insert links to files in Box app when composing emails

There are a variety of file storage services in the cloud, and we understand that everyone have their own preference. We released an update earlier with Dropbox & Droplr integration so that you can attach links while composing email. With this update, you can start attaching links from Box app.

Social bookmarking with Pinbook, Pushpin, and Pinner apps

This update brings new Pinboard actions to bookmark links in emails with three 3rd party Pinboard apps — Pinbook, Pushpin & Pinner.

Evernote business notebooks, email link selection, and saving links in dedicated link field

If you are an Evernote business user, you will be able to create notes in your business notebooks.

Email links are no longer appended to the bottom of the note body, but in the link field. You can also choose the type of email links — link to Dispatch, link to Mail app, or link to Gmail.

Quick editing with pre-selected title in triaging editor

We strive to make triaging as fast as possible. With pre-selected title in the triaging editor, you can remove the default title swiftly if you wish to provide a custom title. A minor change, but one less step to get to inbox zero.

Custom signature for each alias

Support for alias was a very popular request and we released that in the last update. But users were not able to set custom signature for each alias. Frankly, we overlooked that, and our users were not shy to remind us of it.

Composer email action

This should have been a 1.0 action. Not sure how we missed this. You can tap on an email link in Dispatch and start composing.

Other features

  • All triaging apps now sport iOS 7 style icons.
  • Integration with 2 Days app supports the new 3.0 URL scheme.
  • View raw email source with option to forward as .eml file.
  • Optional, off-by-default diagnostic logging so we can solve pesky bugs without enrolling every bug reporter as a beta user.

Bug fixes

  • The Maileater: Eats up already downloaded emails, causing Dispatch to re-download emails from time to time. The elimination of the Maileater should improve cellular data and battery use.
  • The Attachment Leech: Feeds on attachments, the more the merrier. Causes Dispatch to crash when loading attachments, and accounts for 10% of all Dispatch deaths.
  • The Remote Image Louse: Bores through the remote images filter, allowing remote images to sometimes load even when ‘Load remote images’ is turned off.
  • The Snippets Baron: Sits on top the Action toolbar button in the Snippet Group view, making it difficult for users to export their snippets.
  • The Triaging Scorpion: Intercepts taps on detected date and time, sometimes preventing triaging when mails are navigated with the Next/Previous button.
  • The Self-Spammer: Causes Reply All to also CC yourself if the mail was sent to your alias account.
  • The Nameless Terror: Crashes Dispatch when reading emails with no sender names
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