Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We have the answer. This time we have a reader who doesn't like the Favorites Bar in Apple Mail for Mac and wants to be rid of it. The Favorites Bar can be pretty useful, but depending on how you use your mail, it might not be for everybody, so we'll show you how to dump it if you want. [via TechRadar]
Believe it or not, email used to actually be a productivity-enhancing tool -- although by now you're probably drowning in a deluge of spam, sales pitches, and social media notifications. MailHub is a plugin for Apple's Mail that aims to help you quickly sort through the useless stuff, and focus on the messages that are truly important. Learning to use MailHub's many options takes some effort, but you'll learn to speed through, deleting, filing, and setting reminders with an arsenal of keyboard shortcuts.
The Mac|Life 101 series is where you can come to learn new and simple ways to do things with Apple’s desktop and mobile operating systems. Whether you’re new to the platform, or just want to learn a new technique, then Mac 101 is for you.
Spam is everywhere, but with modern email, you can smartly combat this problem. Built into every Mac is the ability to filter out the spam from your Inbox. Apple has made this a relatively simple process with the Mail application, but we’ll show you the ropes in this how-to. Continue reading to learn all about spam filtering on the Mac.
I cannot get my signature to appear on my sent emails at all, although it appears on my screen while writing an email. After going to the Apple Store, the Genius couldn’t resolve the issue after deleting all of my signatures.
In Apple’s eyes, there’s probably no better email client than their own. But that hasn’t stopped others from trying, and one of the more popular Mac attempts is Sparrow, which has now taken an even bolder leap from the desktop to the iPhone and iPod touch.
If you're going to buy a MacBook, now's the time to do it with sales like these. If you're going to buy an iPad? Hmmmm. We'd wait a week or two on that one. Meanwhile, save some dough with these daily deals, then use your savings for a nice new iOS device coming out shortly...
Everybody knows that Apple tries to make its software user-friendly, easy to use and helpful. However, the computer world – particularly the internet – is a complicated place. And sometimes, in an effort to be helpful or to keep things simple, Apple makes decisions on your behalf that don’t always work out the way you want them to.
Your email messages are some of the most important files on your Mac, so they belong at the top of the list in your new backup regimen. Fortunately, you don’t need extra software to export, back up, and import your mail. Everything you need to do the job is in Mail, Outlook, or Thunderbird—and this guide. Just connect an external drive to your Mac and get started.