Chapter 5. Mail


You probably already know that you use Mail to write, send, and receive email messages. And that it has many useful built-in tools for organizing, formatting, searching, and filtering messages.

But now Mail has added new features that make it even more versatile, making it the central location on your Mac for gathering and organizing information.

Collect your thoughts. Quickly create Notes and access them from Mail (see page 302).

Create To Do items from selected content in email messages. To Do items are automatically added to iCal (page 296).

Subscribe to RSS feeds and have news articles delivered to your Inbox (see page 304).

In Mail, ...

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