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Chapter 2. Sending Mail

Chapter 2. Sending Mail

One of the biggest benefits of having a .Mac account is that you get an e-mail address that moves with you, even if you switch ISPs—no more sending out those “my e-mail address has changed” messages, asking everyone to update their address books (which no one does). Plus, if you're like me, you get the cachet of an e-mail address that associates your messages with a computer you love.

Your .Mac e-mail account uses your .Mac login name with @mac.com as your e-mail address. You can use your .Mac e-mail account with just about any e-mail client program out there—provided it can use POP3 or IMAP, and that covers almost any you care to name. In this chapter, I'll show you how to set up your e-mail client to work with your .Mac e-mail account. You'll also learn how to use Apple's Web mail client, which allows you to work with your e-mail using just about any Web browser.


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