Tag: apple mail

Tips for Apple Mail Users

For ages I have been saying to people that Apple Mail is the best… well certainly better than Outlook. For starters, it is free. And for another thing it is easier to use and for more straight forward than Microsoft’s jumbled mess. But straight forward doesn’t mean that it isn’t powerful and that some of …

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Friends don’t let friends use Outlook

Email. Possibly the most important thing on any computer, next to a good crossword application, Messages, a recipe manager and that file that contains all your passwords. If you aren’t using Apple Mail I would assert that you should be and if you already are a user the following might give you a few more …

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Sending large attachments in Apple Mail

In yesteryear it was considered a sin, punishable by public flogging I am reliably informed, to send an email attachment larger than 2MB. The reason for this was simply because the average mail server could not handle emails that were larger. For years, if you needed to send large files, you had to commit them …

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Friends don’t let friends use Entourage

  Along with that blank look that tells us all that they are trapped and living in hell, your Windows friends are probably using Outlook to send their emails and manage their address books. A little known fact is that Word and Excel (part of the Office suite that includes Outlook) was written for the …

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