How To: Add Universal Mailboxes Back To Mail v14 1

How To: Add Universal Mailboxes Back To Mail v14

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How To: Add Universal Mailboxes Back To Mail v14 Sometimes I wonder how often Apple really plans updates or upgrades. It also amazes me how often they shoot themselves in the virtual foot when they make huge interface changes for no apparent reason or benefit to the every day user. This is the case with the latest and greatest(?)version of Mac Mail.app v 14.0 on Apple’s new macOS 11—Big Sur. After adding more than one mail account to Mail.app directly or via System Prefs > Internet Account, in old versions of Apple Mail you’d have the default Universal Mailboxes: Inboxes, Drafts, Sent, Junk, Trash, Archive. But in Mail v14 in Big Sur that’s not the case. For every mail account, there are now separate listings

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Creating Signatures In Apple Mail 2

Creating Signatures In Apple Mail

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Technically this is a How-To but because I’m using a 3rd party product to achieve the end result—it could be seen as a blatant product plug. Not that that’s a bad thing. So I’ll state for the record that I paid for and own the product I’ll be talking about. I’ve used their mail plugins for years. I always like to be up front about those things. I’m not sure exactly when it started. Creating signatures in Apple Mail use to be pretty straight forward. But somewhere in the not too distant past, Apple decided that it would no longer make it easy to create custom HTML based signatures. Whether it was because of possible security issues, or it was just one less thing Apple

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How To: Create A Folder In Mail.app v2 4

How To: Create A Folder In Mail.app v2

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I’ve done the update because the macOS Mail.app interface has changed drastically since my last post on the subject. In my previous post I did two separate sections one on POP and another on IMAP eMail. I’ve done the same in this post too.

Archiving mail, no matter what eMail application you use, is always a good thing to do. Being organized can help you with a cluttered and bursting Inbox and or Sent folder. Here is a simple “How To” for creating a folder/mailbox in Apple’s Mail.app.

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