The days of hand-writing letters on beautiful printed paper may be gone, but this doesn't mean you can't create appealing, personal and professional text-based correspondence in the age of electronic mailing. Easy to install and simple to use, Emailnery for Mac provides you with a medium gray, grained paper template that will find its way into your formal or business-related correspondences.
Emailnery for Mac comes free to try. You are able to customize it during the checkout process, though. This means that you can remove the Emailnery logo from their Classic style for $9.99 and also include your own logo or name for an additional $29.99, which we must admit isn't really cheap. Also, if you want Custom Emailnery you will have to cough up $299.99. Once you install the stationery, you will find the Emailnery Classic style when you scroll down to the end of the shortlist of Apple-provided templates. If you plan on using it for an e-mail, be sure to first select the stationery and then write your e-mail on it. The other way around will leave your e-mail with wonky-looking separations at every new line. The template doesn't self-feed your contact info from the address book, and even though the other Apple-provided stationery doesn't do this either, that's a convenient function we would appreciate. It was nice to see that it correctly displayed on an iPhone screen, though.
Emailnery for Mac offers a clean-looking stationery that will complement your collection. It will suit those users looking for something sober in comparison to the flashy ones provided in Apple Mail, and those who don't mind paying for more customization options.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Emailnery for Mac 4.0.