MailMe for iPhone Omaha NE

It seems like my life revolves around managing an ever-increasing number of tasks. To help keep everything in order, I’ve come up with a pretty simple system involving Things , the awesome to-do list manager, and my email Inbox. (In honor of both productivity guru Merlin Mann and bad ’80s movies , I have dubbed my system “The Thing with an Inbox Less Than Zero.”)

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MailMe for iPhone

Posted on by Brian Beam , Macworld.com

It seems like my life revolves around managing an ever-increasing number of tasks. To help keep everything in order, I’ve come up with a pretty simple system involving Things , the awesome to-do list manager, and my email Inbox. (In honor of both productivity guru Merlin Mann and bad ’80s movies , I have dubbed my system “The Thing with an Inbox Less Than Zero.”) Here’s how it works:


Note to Self: MailMe only does one thing—send an e-mail to yourself from your iPhone or iPod touch—but it lets you do it with a minimum of fuss. Tasks flow into my Inbox. If the task is quick and easy, I’ll just do it immediately and then remove the message. If I can’t do it right away, or if it’s part of a bigger project, then I’ll enter it into Things and remove the message. If it’s something I just don’t feel like dealing with at the moment, then it remains in my Inbox. Items in my Inbox eventually get processed and I achieve nirvana when my Inbox becomes empty.

There’s also a useful Things iPhone app , but when I’m away from my computer, I prefer to record tasks or reminders by sending myself a quick e-mail and putting them into my Inbox workflow. Always in search of more efficient ways of doing things (my wife prefers to call this noble quest “laziness”), I want that to be a super-quick process, and using the iPhone’s Mail app is more of a hassle than you might think. Then I discovered MailMe by inUse , and my system became complete.

MailMe does only one thing: It lets you send yourself an e-mail in the fewest possible steps. No creating a new message, no selecting your address or typing a subject. Just open the app, type a message and send it. That’s it.

The note appears in your Inbox with your text appearing in both the body and the subject line. Perfect. That way I don’t even have to open the message to process it. And since the subject line is prefixed with “MailMe,” that makes it easy to create a mail rule to flag those messages.

Setting up the app is very simple. The first time you use MailMe, you give it your e-mail address and your smtp (outgoing) mail server info, then you’re ready to go. One option I would like to see is the ability to assign a priority (High, Normal or Low, say) to your messages. Other than that, MailMe doesn’t do much, but it does exactly what I want. It’s simplicity at its finest.

MailMe is compatible with any iPhone or iPod touch running the iPhone 2.x software update.

[Brian Beam is web developer and partner with BOLD Internet Solutions , living somewhere near Kansas City.]

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