Ithaca, NY—Mail 5, the free email client that Apple ships with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, is full-featured and popular. However, many Mac users fail to use it effectively due to minimal documentation and interface confusion. Help is now at hand in the form of Take Control of Apple Mail in Lion, written by email expert Joe Kissell.
In Take Control of Apple Mail in Lion, Kissell looks carefully at how to set up different kinds of email accounts—including POP, IMAP, Exchange, iCloud, and Gmail—and where email from various accounts is stored, plus what to do if Mail can't successfully send or receive mail. After covering account setup, he thoroughly describes the ins and outs of addressing, composing, and sending email. And, he helps readers get organized so they can read their most important messages first, plus find old messages easily. Kissell also examines making Time Machine backups of email, Address Book integration, Notes and To-Do items, rules, encryption, spam management, and more.
Kissell assists users with Mail-related dilemmas such as:
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Take Control of Apple Mail in Lion
By Joe Kissell
Ebook ISBN: 9781615424078
Ebook Price: $15.00
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