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Reader John Ramette would like to move to Lion, but he believes his old email client stands in the way. Chris Breen sets him straight.
You can do more than simply reminisce about beloved holiday videos. Many and more of them are available online. Here are a few sources for these treasures.
Apple's sparse release notes can make it difficult to find out what a software update fixes. Such is the case with Safari 5.1.2. But Ted Landau digs into the listed improvements of the latest version to find out what's changed.
Why spend a nickel on music that you won't listen to 11 months out of the year? With Pandora you can fill your home with the right holiday jingles.
It's the most wonderful time of the year. That's right, holiday card season! We take a look at five user-friendly options that make it easy to create and send photo cards to your loved ones.
Have a tracked that iTunes Match has marked as an Error? Dan Moren's got one solution for fixing them.
You can create shared Reminders lists with iOS 5 and iCloud. Then, you and others can add to and review the shared list--using Siri on the iPhone 4S, if you wish.
Because Apple hosts a fully-functional version of its iPod nano Mickey Mouse clock face on its website, you can put a working copy of it in Dashboard.
Even when you know the basics of searching in Lion's Mail, sometimes an email message you clearly remember stubbornly stays lost. If a Mail search doesn't display messages that you know it should, it may be time to take action.
The Lion version of Mail includes useful new search features, but also adds complexity and confusion to the process of finding messages. You can locate the messages you want, quickly and easily, by following some simple steps and learning a few pro tricks.
Seeking a simple way to file email that you've flagged with a particular color? A smart mailbox will do the trick.
You know you've faced this before: An iOS device packed full of email you don't want. How to get rid of it without risking finger strain? Here's one method.
Many families share Apple IDs for app and music purchases. But if you share that same address for iCloud, you might mix up your data or run out of room. Lex Friedman spells out the easy workaround.