We think it’s great that Apple names products after places in California. Maybe we’ll start naming Emailchemy releases after our favorite places in Michigan: Tahquamenon Falls. Kitch-Iti-Kipi. Sleeping Bear Dunes (pictured). Hiawatha National Forest, Pictured Rocks.
Nah. We prefer version numbers. Referring to releases by a special name makes the conversation like the one we are about to have a little more complicated than they need to be.
Emailchemy 14.4 now fully supports macOS 11.0 “Big Sur”.
However, to support Big Sur, we had to drop support for macOS 10.7 through 10.10 (that’s Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, and Yosemite). Emailchemy continues to support macOS 10.11 and newer (that’s El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina, and Big Sur). That’s macOS versions going back at least 5 years. Also, note that these are the versions of macOS that Emailchemy will run on; Emailchemy continues to be able to read email files from all versions of macOS though.
Occasionally, someone will email us asking if they can have the old version that runs on Snow Leopard or even Mac OS 9. This is usually unnecessary. Keep in mind that you can always copy email files from these older computers to a newer computer where you can run Emailchemy.