Recorded 25th June 2017 Yes! Proving that we are actually a â€œproper grown up podcastâ€ Simon hosts, not one, not two, but THREE guestsRead More
Who are the people behind the technology that we love so much? We know the products, the websites, the online personalities but we wantRead More
iReceiptMail v.1.1.12 by Pierfrancesco Lanzilotti iReceiptMail $5.99 current price on publisherâ€™s website Did you receive my email? Did you? Hello? Hello? â€˜Piled Higher andRead More
MailShot Pro App Developer: Soluble Apps Version Reviewed: 1.50 Licence: US$3.99 Universal app compatible with all iOS 3.0 devices MailShot Pro fills a voidRead More
I have a lot of email accounts. Probably more than I should. One is personal, one for MyMac, one for work, one for junk,Read More
Book Review:Â Take Control of Apple Mail in Snow Leopard (Ebook version) By Joe Kissell Take Control Ebooks $15.00 US Apple Mail is a freeRead More
If you are like me you have more than one email account. I have several. I use Apple’s Mail for my main/personal account and Mozilla Thunderbird for my other accounts. For the most part I have been happy with Thunderbird, but it has become very slow and clunky- especially when replying. I am always on the lookout for a new email program, so when the opportunity arose to test Postbox, I took it.
For the first few years that I was using a Mac, I used Claris Emailer, versions 1 and 2, which quickly became my email program of choice. In 1998 when Apple lost interest in Emailer, I searched around for a replacement and found PowerMail 2.0.3 by CTM Development.
Recently, my husband and I flew across the country to the Napa Valley for a vacation. I don’t usually bring a laptop with me. This time, however, I had an iPhone. Would that be enough to keep me up-to-date and lessen my computer catch-up time when I got home?
MailPlane makes working with Gmail accounts through the web as smooth and comfortable as dealing with email using a standard mail client such as Apple Mail. A review from new MyMac.com writer Scott Willsey!
One of the upgrades that I looked most forward to for my business was Apple’s new Mail Stationery feature. I’ve always wanted a way to send graphic emails as opposed to simple text-based letters. I’ve tried using various programs – both web-based and 3rd party applications, but all of them were too time consuming for simply creating a few graphic personal or business letters that I wanted to do right within my Mail application.
Want to learn how to use your actual hand-written signature in your email? Dan’s new colume, Mac Simple, kicks off with an easy to follow how-to on just that. An ongoing series of Macintosh How-Tos. Check it out!Read More
SPAM, or junk email is a growing problem that is not going away. For some it is worse than others. There are several ways you can fight SPAM. Some of these methods are free, others will cost you money. One is totally free, and long dismissed by many. This is the bounce feature of Apple’s Mail. I used to dismiss it too, until recently.
The best way to learn your Mac is to watch someone show you how to do it. In this first Teach Me MyMac, Donny looks at how easy it is to email a webpage.Read More
Mr. Bill Gates proposes â€œStampsâ€ for email. Mr. Gates believes that since we pay to mail our regular mail, we should pay to emailRead More
This Month: Email, Email, and More Email. This Month’s Topic is Email! Hello, once again, and Happy New Year to everyone out there. IRead More