Last November, I uninstalled MailTags 3.1 because they significantly slowed down my Mac. About 1.5 months ago Scott from Indev mentioned the release of MailTags 3.2. I re-installed them and have not experienced any issues ever since. I enjoy MailTags as much as before. If I decide to organize email, one of my favorite methods is “filing in a hurry” with a combination of Mail flags and Mailtags.
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