In Leopard, Mail moves beyond mail. It's now a program that helps you keep yourself up to date with the world outside—and within your own little corner of it.
For example, the ability to subscribe to those constantly updating news summaries known as RSS feeds in your Web browser (RSS: The Missing Manual) has saved a lot of people a lot of time over the years. After all, why waste precious minutes looking for the news when you can make the news find you?
With Leopard's Mail, you don't even have to waste the seconds switching from your Inbox to your browser or dedicated RSS program to get a fresh dose of headlines. They can appear right in the main Mail window. You don't even have to switch programs to find out which political candidate shot his foot off while it was still in his mouth.
In fact, if you find it too exhausting to click the RSS icon in the Mailboxes list, you can choose instead to have all your RSS updates land right in your Inbox along with all your other messages.
With just a few clicks, you can bring the news of the world right in with the rest of your mail. Choose File→Add RSS Feeds, and then proceed as shown in Figure 19-20.
As you turn on the feeds you want to see in Mail, ⌘-click to select a bunch of feeds at once.
If you want the RSS headlines to appear in your Inbox like regular email messages, turn on "Show in Inbox." Finally, once you've chosen the feeds you want to see, click Add. Your feeds now appear wherever you told them to go: ...