Kodi, the media player system does not really need an introduction but if you are unaware, Kodi is an open source media center software or home entertainment system, previously known as XBMC (Xbox Media Center). The very powerful software has the ability to open almost all types of audio, video and image formats, plus it lets you stream movies, live TV, shows, sports and more. I replaced my Mac mini 2011 for a Haswell Celeron Chromebox since I thought it was overkill to use a Mac mini dedicated for Kodi duties. Kodi for Mac 2018 full offline installer setup for Mac Kodi for Mac (formerly known as XBMC) is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub that can be installed on Linux, OSX, Windows, iOS, and Android, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls.
Jan 31, 2011 - In Outlook Mac 2011, Converting E-mails to Tasks Using the Script Menu. Use this script with Outlook for Mac (2016), and with the latest Mac. Outlook for Mac Signatures.scpt is an AppleScript that helps Mac SysAdmins with automating deployment of an HTML Mail Signature to Outlook for Mac 2016. Unfortunately we still can't perform a Central Push with this script, however using a Management tool to distribute the Mac Signature Tool, one can simplify the process significantly.
Deploy Office 2016 for Mac using your preferred deployment tool or manually install it by double-clicking the installer package. Note: The Outlook Exchange Setup 5.5.0.scpt AppleScript assumes you’re using a volume license edition of Office and not Office 365. Office 365 not only requires activation but also supports Autodiscover. You don’t need this script where Autodiscover already works. If using this script anyway, Office 365 customers should remove the kSubUIAppCompletedFirstRunSetup1507 key and its value from the Microsoft Outlook 2016 First Run configuration profile or the Microsoft_Outlook_2016_First_Run.mobileconfig file to allow users to activate Office.
Once activated, the script will proceed with the Outlook setup.
Updated Jan 26, 2017 (originally posted Jan 2011) The AppleScript script that converts e-mails to tasks (Create Task from Message) has had a long and rocky history, but there is a good ending. Here’s the history: The script came delivered with most of the original Outlook for Mac 2011 installs, back in 2010. Then later it did not come by default and you had to download it and install it—and it would work if you did.
Then later, even if you did that, when Mac OS X was updated, the script stopped working. Since then, reports have come in that it sometimes works but usually does not. Scroll down to the older comments on this article to see some of that history. But good news. As of this writing (January 26, 2017), with the latest version of Outlook for Mac (2016) installed, and with the latest Mac OS X Sierra installed, I have found that once you install the script, it seems to be working. I can’t guarantee it will continue to work with future updates, but let’s cross our fingers. Here are the steps I used to install and use this script with Outlook for Mac (2016), and with the latest Mac OS X Sierra.
• You may have to activate the Scripts menu on Mac OS X; these days it is usually not active by default. This article tells you how to do that: • Open Outlook and, with a message selected, click the Scripts menu (see the blue scroll button in the top-left of image below).
Clicking that opens a menu. Look at the bottom of the menu list for the Create Task from Message: • If you see that script there, great, just use it. If you don’t see it there, continue • At the top of the menu above, click on Open Scripts Folder, and from its submenu click on Open Outlook Scripts Folder.
A folder will open named Outlook (that is likely empty). Drag that Finder window to the side of your Mac screen; you’ll need it in a minute. • Go to this url and it will automatically download a zipped bundle file into your downloads folder: • Drag the resulting file (Create Task from Message.scptd) from the downloads folder into the Outlook scripts folder that you opened in step 4. • Now repeat step 2 above and it should now work. You may have to restart Outlook first. From now on the “Create Task from Message” command should be visible in the AppleScript menu within Outlook. Office 2011 released an update this week, which then launched an “upgrade” to Outlook 2011.