Mail Drop was introduced in OS X Yosemite as a way to send large files and attachments via the OS X Mail app without having to go through any Mail servers. It works by uploading the file to your iCloud account (instead of sending it as an attachment), which in turn gets processed as an attachment on the receiving end without any additional work. There are restrictions to using Mail Drop however; we'll show you how to change them to suit your needs. [Via TechRadar]
Every Monday we show you how to do something quick and cool using built-in OS X utilities such as Terminal, Apple’s command line application. These easy hacks can make life better and simpler, and don’t require any knowledge of coding — all you need is a keyboard to type 'em out!
Have you ever tried to send a large attachment to someone in Mail.app, only to have the message rejected and returned due to the recipient's mailbox being full or because the mail server couldn't handle the large attachment? It's a real issue in the modern age, but Apple has a way around this in OS X Yosemite, and in this article, we'll show you how to use Mail Drop.
iOS 8 may have gotten most of the attention at Apple’s WWDC keynote, but the fun stuff isn’t limited to iPhones and iPads. Yosemite will bring the biggest update to OS X in years, combining desktop-level power with the elegance of iOS to create a stunning environment that will make even old Macs feel new again. Here are the features we’re looking forward to the most.