“Apple’s OS X Mountain Lion brings many changes, including Mail 6,” FairerPlatform reports. “This whole number update of the Mac’s default mail client introduces Notifications, inline search, VIP sorting, new ways to share and more. Here’s an inside look at the major new features in Mail 6 and how to use them.”
“Sharing a webpage via email is one of the most commonly used features of Safari. With Mail 6, Apple has added new ways to share,” FairerPlatform reports. “Of course, you can still send the whole web page (Command + I) or just the URL (Command + Shift + I). New, however, are the options to send the Reader (i.e. text + images only) version of a webpage or to compress a page and send it as a PDF.”
FairerPlatform reports, “Who is important in your life? Chances are the folks that matter are only a tiny fraction of the people who send you email. Enter Mail 6′s VIP feature, which is a new, more convenient of assigning certain email senders a higher priority and their own mailbox.”
Read more, and see the screenshots, in the full article here.
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