The new integration enables users to use the standard (RFC-5322 compliant) ID of the selected email to construct
hook://file/ URLs, instead of using the
fmail:// URL scheme. That way, FMail users can email their colleagues links to emails that they can open with a large variety of Mac apps (and soon on iOS). Similarly, FMail users are now able to receive and open
hook://email/ links received from users of Mail.app, Airmail, MailMate, and other email apps.
Using the old FMail integration
If you’d rather continue using fmail:// URIs, then:
- Open Hookmark’s preferences.
- Select the Script Editor tab.
- Select the FMail item on the left side of the window.
- Click on “Get Address”.
- Paste the following text in the field and click “Save”.
tell application "FMail" set email_address to getAddress end tell tell application "System Events" to tell process "FMail" set email_title to name of window 1 end tell return "[" & email_title & "](" & email_address & ")"
The FMail developer has published this page about Hookmark.