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Mac OS X for Windows Users: A Switchers' Guide by David Coursey

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Email

I’m a big fan of the Mac OS X Mail application, which comes with every Macintosh. It’s easy to use, does what I need done, and has the best spam filter of any mail program I’ve seen. You might have configured your email account when you first set up your Mac. If so, you’re already sending and receiving email, perhaps through your new .Mac email address.

Mac OS X’s Mail will, however, support multiple email accounts. All that matters is that your server be able to work with the POP3 or IMAP protocols. Most do, but Microsoft Exchange may be an exception. (If you need to get mail from an Exchange server, ask your mail administrator to allow POP3 access to your mail or create a remote account for you that automatically redirects mail sent ...

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