Monday, August 5, 2013

Mac Mail Tutorial

I am always connected to the Internet whether on my iPhone or my Macbook.  Sometimes, I probably check my email too often.  I get a lot of emails so I have to make sure I don't miss important emails while filtering out spam and unwanted emails.

I am a fan of the Mail application on Macs.  It works well to fit my needs but when I first started using it, I had to learn how to set it up the way I wanted.  It's set up the way I prefer now but it took a little of research.  If you haven't used the Mail application yet, you should give it a try.

If you have multiple email accounts, the Mail application makes it easy to consolidate all your mail.  You can look at a specific mailbox or you see all your mail at once.  This is a very helpful feature since most people have multiple email accounts by now.  Maybe you have Hotmail, Yahoo, iCloud, and Google email accounts.  Rather than logging into each one each day, you just view them all through the Mail application.

This tutorial is good to help you do some advanced functions in the Mail application on your Mac.  Once you get it set up the way you want, it just works.

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