MailOpener

Mail Frame

Updates for WoW5 are pending. Try the beta release -- as far as I know it all works, save for BeanCounter integration.


Automatically opens every single mail in your mailbox without requiring any effort.

Please report issues and suggestions/requests here, I will try to process and respond to them all.

Index

Slash Commands

Time and mail remaining

Stackable items

Keep Free Space

Filters

Notifications

"Collected" module

Quick Auctions 3 support

Postal support

Profiles

Slash Commands
You can use /mo c (short for /mailopener config) to open the config frame.

Time and mail remaining
Mail Opener will give a nice indication of the amount of mail remaining in your mailbox and the estimated time required to open everything. This will look like the following (this first number indicates the amount of mail currently visible, the second indicates the total amount of mail remaining):

46/1905 mail remaining, opening everything will take about 38 minutes and 32 seconds (next refresh in 55 seconds)

Filters
The following filters are available, toggling these off will no longer auto loot them, toggling them on will auto open them:

  1. Auction canceled
  2. Auction expired
  3. Outbid on auction
  4. Auction successful
  5. Auction won
  6. Player sent mail with attachments
  7. Player sent mail with gold

You can also toggle the notifications for mail for every single filter.

Stackable items
Some items which can stack a lot (such as Glyphs, Vellums, Scrolls and such) may get your mailbox and inventory completely full. Other mail opening mods will always quit opening mail as soon as it first detected your bags are full, but Mail Opener has an option to continue trying to open mail containing stackable items.

Example: Imagine standing at your mailbox with bags full of glyphs. The first glyph MO tries to open may not be between the ones already in your bags, causing the "inventory is full" error to trigger, however all 49 other glyphs in your mailbox can all still fill stacks in your bags. With this option enabled (which can be found in the general options and is disabled by default), MO will loot all 49 glyphs and then wait until the next refresh.

Keep Free Space
You can set an amount of bag space which you wish to reserve when opening mail. E.g. if you set this to 5, Mail Opener will always keep at least 5 empty bag slots available.

Notifications
You can toggle text notifications in the chat frame for every single type of mail. There are also two sound notifications available, one to let you know when your inventory is full, and one to let you know when no more mail can be opened. These sound notifications will become extremely handy when you are opening hundreds of mail while browsing, watching a movie or anything else outside of WoW.

"Collected" module
The collected module can keep track of gold gained, items gained, mail opened and time spent at the mailbox.

Quick Auctions 3 support
Mail Opener supports Quick Auction's auto mail and will automatically try to disable it when Mail Opener stats to open mail and re-enable it when MO is done in order to solve a bug in the QuickAuctions addon which used to cause random items to be send to random characters. You can further configure this behavior on the general options.

Postal support
Mail Opener allows you to keep Postal enabled while running by toggling Postal's opening modules off. This will allow you to continue using Postal's sending functionality while having Mail Opener handle all the mail opening.

Profiles
You can make multiple profiles to use different settings for different characters. You may want your auction house bankers to withdraw every single item from the mail, including normal mail sent by other players which contain attachments, while your level 80 characters only open auction house mail. Just an example, anything is possible. :)

Facts

Date created
Dec 17, 2009
Categories
Last update
Sep 16, 2013
Development stage
Beta
Language
  • enUS
License
GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3)
Curse link
MailOpener
Downloads
370,144
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