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Sams Teach Yourself Mac OS X Panther All in One by John Ray, Robyn Ness

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Chapter 15. Using Mail

The Mail application is Apple’s email client that comes with OS X. Mail provides excellent support for IMAP and POP email services and includes a powerful search mechanism, junk-mail filter, and message thread display that can make managing hordes of email messages fast and painless.

If you’ve used other common email programs, you’ll be completely comfortable in Mail. A toolbar at the top of the window gives access to commonly used functions for creating, responding to, and searching messages. (We’ll go into detail a bit later, but Figure 15.1 gives a sneak peek at the main window of a loyal Mail user.)

Mail provides a pleasant (and organized!) interface for working with email.

Figure 15.1. Mail provides ...

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