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Part IV: Getting Connected > Corresponding with Mail

Chapter 12. Corresponding with Mail

Email has become an important tool in both home and business settings. In the home, email lets you share information more easily with friends and relatives, while economizing on long distance charges. In an office, email not only enables fast, responsive communication but also maintains a record of your correspondence. Mac OS X Version 10.3 provides the Mail application to send, receive, and store email messages. This chapter introduces you to using the key features in the Mail application. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to:

Launch and close the Mail program.

Set up an email account and control how Mail works by changing settings.

Write and send email messages.

Receive, respond to, and file email.

Automatically discard junk mail.

Organize your email addresses in the Address Book.


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