A simplistic name and unpretentious interface cannot fool the connoisseur or the enthusiast — or you. Mail, which comes with Mac OS X, is one powerful email program.
Now make good use of all that power put at your finger's tips. Let's start with the tips, strategies and tutorials others have found helpful: the most popular Mac OS X Mail
tips, tricks and secrets.
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(Updated February 2013)
Double the elegance: Gmail and Mac OS X Mail work together blissfully. Here's how to set up Mac OS X Mail to receive mail from your Gmail account and send through it.
Fetch and read and reply to Hotmail messages from within Mac OS X Mail.
Contacts in Mac OS X Mail and contacts in Gmail, updating each other? Here's how to set up Mac OS X Address Book and Google Gmail contact synchronization.
Collect all members of your sales team, your soccer team or any other group in a Mac OS X Address Book mailing list so you can email them all at once and with ease.
Know where to look when you want to back up your Mac OS X Mail mailboxes. Here's (how to find out) where Mac OS X Mail stores your emails.
Have you ever wondered what happened to an email you sent? In Mac OS X Mail, you can request a read receipt for all messages and get notified when your mail is opened.
If the email address of one of your contacts has changed or if you want to remove an email address from the auto-complete list in Mac OS X Mail for another reason, here's how to undo a bit of history.
The OS X Address Book application can import Outlook contacts for use in Mac OS X Mail.
Need your contacts from Mac OS X Mail in CSV format? Here's how to export all your Mac OS X Address Book data to a CSV contacts file.
Make the account you use most often the default. It's easy as drag and drop in Mac OS X Mail.