Christmas Stationery for Mail.app

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One of my favorite blogs, Hawkwings, discovered some excellent (and free) holiday stationery from a generous German Mac guy. Check it out.

30 Comments Christmas Stationery for Mail.app

  1. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    There are no installation instructions. After download, does it install automagically? If not, can you describe where we put the downloaded file?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  2. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    There are no installation instructions. After download, does it install automagically? If not, can you describe where we put the downloaded file?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  3. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    There are no installation instructions. After download, does it install automagically? If not, can you describe where we put the downloaded file?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  4. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    There are no installation instructions. After download, does it install automagically? If not, can you describe where we put the downloaded file?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  5. marieboyer@comcast.net

    David:

    There are no installation instructions. After download, does it install automagically? If not, can you describe where we put the downloaded file?

    Thanks in advance.

    Reply
  6. kelsangjigme@gmail.com

    you need to extract the files from the zip archive (click the .zip file uyou downloaded), then (making sure that Mail is not running) move the extracted file “Xmas.mailstationery” into this directory:

    Macintosh HD (or whatever your startup disk is called) > Library > Application Support > Apple > Mail > Stationery > Apple > Contents > Resources > Stationery > Contents > Resources

    then restart Mail, and your new stationery will be available for you to use.

    Reply
  7. kelsangjigme@gmail.com

    you need to extract the files from the zip archive (click the .zip file uyou downloaded), then (making sure that Mail is not running) move the extracted file “Xmas.mailstationery” into this directory:

    Macintosh HD (or whatever your startup disk is called) > Library > Application Support > Apple > Mail > Stationery > Apple > Contents > Resources > Stationery > Contents > Resources

    then restart Mail, and your new stationery will be available for you to use.

    Reply
  8. kelsangjigme@gmail.com

    you need to extract the files from the zip archive (click the .zip file uyou downloaded), then (making sure that Mail is not running) move the extracted file “Xmas.mailstationery” into this directory:

    Macintosh HD (or whatever your startup disk is called) > Library > Application Support > Apple > Mail > Stationery > Apple > Contents > Resources > Stationery > Contents > Resources

    then restart Mail, and your new stationery will be available for you to use.

    Reply
  9. kelsangjigme@gmail.com

    you need to extract the files from the zip archive (click the .zip file uyou downloaded), then (making sure that Mail is not running) move the extracted file “Xmas.mailstationery” into this directory:

    Macintosh HD (or whatever your startup disk is called) > Library > Application Support > Apple > Mail > Stationery > Apple > Contents > Resources > Stationery > Contents > Resources

    then restart Mail, and your new stationery will be available for you to use.

    Reply
  10. kelsangjigme@gmail.com

    you need to extract the files from the zip archive (click the .zip file uyou downloaded), then (making sure that Mail is not running) move the extracted file “Xmas.mailstationery” into this directory:

    Macintosh HD (or whatever your startup disk is called) > Library > Application Support > Apple > Mail > Stationery > Apple > Contents > Resources > Stationery > Contents > Resources

    then restart Mail, and your new stationery will be available for you to use.

    Reply
  11. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Thanks for taking the time with that level of detail. Much appreciated from this recent switcher!

    Reply
  12. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Thanks for taking the time with that level of detail. Much appreciated from this recent switcher!

    Reply
  13. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Thanks for taking the time with that level of detail. Much appreciated from this recent switcher!

    Reply
  14. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Thanks for taking the time with that level of detail. Much appreciated from this recent switcher!

    Reply
  15. marieboyer@comcast.net

    Thanks for taking the time with that level of detail. Much appreciated from this recent switcher!

    Reply
  16. info@purewebmedia.biz

    The path written above is incorrect – there should not be an ‘Apple’ directory after Application Support.
    You can put the stationary file in your User folder instead of the suggested root level directory suggested above (although this would be needed if you wanted all users on your computer to have access).
    Instead of creating each folder one by one, use this command in the Terminal after quitting Mail.app:
    cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/
    mkdir -p Stationery/Apple/Contents/Resources/Stationery/Contents/Resources

    Each directory will be created as necessary with the path option (-p). Place the Xmas.mailstationery into the last Resources directory and start up Mail.app again. Create a new message, select Show Stationary, top right, and under the scrolling list of types on the left, you’ll find the xmas in the Stationary type (scroll to the far right of the templates to see it).

    Voilé!

    Reply
  17. info@purewebmedia.biz

    The path written above is incorrect – there should not be an ‘Apple’ directory after Application Support.
    You can put the stationary file in your User folder instead of the suggested root level directory suggested above (although this would be needed if you wanted all users on your computer to have access).
    Instead of creating each folder one by one, use this command in the Terminal after quitting Mail.app:
    cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/
    mkdir -p Stationery/Apple/Contents/Resources/Stationery/Contents/Resources

    Each directory will be created as necessary with the path option (-p). Place the Xmas.mailstationery into the last Resources directory and start up Mail.app again. Create a new message, select Show Stationary, top right, and under the scrolling list of types on the left, you’ll find the xmas in the Stationary type (scroll to the far right of the templates to see it).

    Voilé!

    Reply
  18. info@purewebmedia.biz

    The path written above is incorrect – there should not be an ‘Apple’ directory after Application Support.
    You can put the stationary file in your User folder instead of the suggested root level directory suggested above (although this would be needed if you wanted all users on your computer to have access).
    Instead of creating each folder one by one, use this command in the Terminal after quitting Mail.app:
    cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/
    mkdir -p Stationery/Apple/Contents/Resources/Stationery/Contents/Resources

    Each directory will be created as necessary with the path option (-p). Place the Xmas.mailstationery into the last Resources directory and start up Mail.app again. Create a new message, select Show Stationary, top right, and under the scrolling list of types on the left, you’ll find the xmas in the Stationary type (scroll to the far right of the templates to see it).

    Voilé!

    Reply
  19. info@purewebmedia.biz

    The path written above is incorrect – there should not be an ‘Apple’ directory after Application Support.
    You can put the stationary file in your User folder instead of the suggested root level directory suggested above (although this would be needed if you wanted all users on your computer to have access).
    Instead of creating each folder one by one, use this command in the Terminal after quitting Mail.app:
    cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/
    mkdir -p Stationery/Apple/Contents/Resources/Stationery/Contents/Resources

    Each directory will be created as necessary with the path option (-p). Place the Xmas.mailstationery into the last Resources directory and start up Mail.app again. Create a new message, select Show Stationary, top right, and under the scrolling list of types on the left, you’ll find the xmas in the Stationary type (scroll to the far right of the templates to see it).

    Voilé!

    Reply
  20. info@purewebmedia.biz

    The path written above is incorrect – there should not be an ‘Apple’ directory after Application Support.
    You can put the stationary file in your User folder instead of the suggested root level directory suggested above (although this would be needed if you wanted all users on your computer to have access).
    Instead of creating each folder one by one, use this command in the Terminal after quitting Mail.app:
    cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/
    mkdir -p Stationery/Apple/Contents/Resources/Stationery/Contents/Resources

    Each directory will be created as necessary with the path option (-p). Place the Xmas.mailstationery into the last Resources directory and start up Mail.app again. Create a new message, select Show Stationary, top right, and under the scrolling list of types on the left, you’ll find the xmas in the Stationary type (scroll to the far right of the templates to see it).

    Voilé!

    Reply

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