Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 05:00 AM
"The latest iteration of Apple's Mail client, like the OS it accompanies, seems little changed on the surface. Its greatest improvements lie under the hood, and while not all of them entirely live up to Apple's promises, the program on the whole remains dependably excellent."
The biggest change is the built-in support for Microsoft Exchange 2007, which makes it easier to work from home if you need that kind of access. And if your business has the autoconnect feature installed on its server, you can set it up using only your email and password. There are also some other features such as faster response times and a drag-and-drop feature for organizing your sidebar. Some minor stuff but good to see they are still working on it; it's simple but I like it.