Looking for a mail application other than Apple Mail? There are several alternatives, all offering different features and user interfaces.
This week Professor Breen begins a series of looks at Apple's Mail application.
In those "All Hands On Deck" moments you want to be able to send email messages to every address a contact has. And you'd like to do so easily. Chris Breen offers a handful of suggestions.
Dropbox has acquired the popular free email app Mailbox.
Macsimize Software attempts to revive Eudora with this email client.
Apple's iCloud email service blocks messages containing certain phrases. Lex Friedman and Dan Moren argue that, because of this policy, folks who depend on email shouldn't rely on iCloud.
Spotlight can find an email message that Outlook can't. Yet you can't open it. Unless, of course, you know Chris Breen's convoluted recovery trick.
MailPop Pro for Gmail cheerfully fulfills all the functions of a lightweight Gmail client. But it also adds little to distinguish itself from a passel of similar rivals—which makes its few negative differences stand out even more.