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Solve It! Email Problems

Part of the advantage of having a Mac is being able to use Mac programs (such as Eudora, Outlook Express, and even the now-orphaned Claris Emailer) for receiving and sending email. These programs download received email from the (probably Unix) server where it is stored and upload email back to the server to be sent to its intended recipients. In between, you get to work with a familiar Mac interface, rather than the more arcane Unix one you would need to use if you worked directly from the server. You can even read and write email when offline. Very convenient. Still problems can occur. This section should help you solve most of them.

If your email problem appears due to the fact that you do not have an Internet connection at all, check back in Chapter 12 for advice. Otherwise, keep reading.


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