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Chapter 4. .Mac Mail

Next to cell phones and instant messaging, email is probably the most popular form of communication today. Seems hard to believe, but 10 years ago, very few but the geek elite knew about email, and now its hard to meet someone who doesn't have an email address or two. Heck, even my parents have an email account (although they don't have a Mac, but I'll forgive them for that).

Every .Mac membership comes with a personalized Mac.com email address. Whether you use this as your primary or secondary email account, it's a distinctive way to let people know "Hey, I'm a Mac user."

Because email clients can vary, this chapter will not cover how to configure individual mail clients such as Mac OS X's Mail application. Instead, this chapter focuses on showing you how to use .Mac's web-based Mail service, which you can access from any standard browser, including Safari, Camino, Mozilla Firebird, and even Internet Explorer.

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