- Quit Airmail (don’t know if this is necessary, but it can’t hurt)
- Open the Terminal app
- Run the following command in the terminal (all in a single line):
sudo /Applications/Utilities/AppleScript\ Editor.app/Contents/MacOS/AppleScript\ Editor /Applications/Airmail.app/Contents/Resources/Evernote.applescript
This will ask you for your password and then run the AppleScript Editor.
Note: in my experience, the AppleScript Editor app may open behind the terminal window - look at the Dock for its icon, and bring it to the front.
- In the AppleScript Editor window, find this line:
open note window with the note
and comment it out by inserting a # at the beginning, like this:
# open note window with the note
- Save the modified file and quit AppleScript Editor.
- Restart Airmail.
That’s it! Now the “Save to Evernote” action saves the current message to Evernote, but does not open it.