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  • Oct 30, 2017  Apple Mail, also known simply as the Mail app, is the default email client on macOS. As is characteristic for apps from Apple, the Mail app is a simple, polished piece of software designed to streamline your email conversations and make your life easier with search filters and support for multiple email.
  • You might be offline. On the Tools tab, make sure the Online/Offline toggle switch is set to ON. If the problem continues, your message might have an attachment that's too large to send.
  • The Mail application that ships with macOS and OS X is solid, feature-rich and spam-eliminating software that is also an easy-to-use email client. Optimized to work on the Mac, the Mail app is trouble free and full featured. It can handle all your email accounts in one place.

Jan 28, 2015  Great app, but isolated from iOS I really like the integration of the outlook app with Outlook on my Windows 10 PC, OWA and my Mac. The experience and functionality are very similar between platforms which make it easy for me to switch between them and still be productive.

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macOS is the operating system that powers every Mac. It lets you do things you simply can’t with other computers. That’s because it’s designed specifically for the hardware it runs on — and vice versa.

iCloud

iCloud safely and securely stores your photos, videos, documents, messages, music, apps, and more — and keeps them updated across all your devices. So you always have access to what you want, wherever you want it.

Built-in Apps

Powerful creativity and productivity tools live inside every Mac — apps that help you explore, connect, and work more efficiently.

Keep your growing library organized and accessible. Perfect your images and create beautiful gifts for sharing. And with iCloud Photos, you can store a lifetime’s worth of photos and videos in the cloud.

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Tell stories like never before. A simple design and intuitive editing features make it easy to create beautiful 4K movies and Hollywood-style trailers.

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The easiest way to create great-sounding songs on your Mac. With an intuitive interface and access to a complete sound library, it’s never been easier to learn, play, record, and share music like a pro.

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This powerful word processor gives you everything you need to create documents that look beautiful. And read beautifully. It lets you work seamlessly between Mac, iOS, and iPadOS devices. And work effortlessly with people who use Microsoft Word.

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Create sophisticated spreadsheets with dramatic interactive charts, tables, and images that paint a revealing picture of your data. Work seamlessly between Mac, iOS, and iPadOS devices. And work effortlessly with people who use Microsoft Excel.

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Bring your ideas to life with beautiful presentations. Employ powerful tools and dazzling effects that keep your audience engaged. Work seamlessly between Mac, iOS, and iPadOS devices. And work effortlessly with people who use Microsoft PowerPoint.

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Safari has innovative features that let you enjoy more of the web. In even more ways. Built-in privacy features help protect your information and keep your Mac secure. An updated start page helps you easily and quickly save, find, and share your favorite sites. And Siri suggestions surface bookmarks, links from your reading list, iCloud Tabs, links you receive in Messages, and more.

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Pro Apps

For professionals ready to push their creativity, these industry-leading apps offer maximum control over editing, processing, and output of music and film.

Logic Pro puts a complete recording and MIDI production studio on your Mac, with everything you need to write, record, edit, and mix like never before. And with a huge collection of full-featured plug-ins along with thousands of sounds and loops, you’ll have everything you need to go from first inspiration to final master, no matter what kind of music you want to create.

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Take your Mac to the stage with a full-screen interface optimized for live performance, flexible hardware control, and a massive collection of plug-ins and sounds that are fully compatible with Logic Pro X.

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Built to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, Final Cut Pro offers revolutionary video editing, powerful media organization, and incredible performance optimized for Mac computers and macOS Catalina.

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Motion is a powerful motion graphics tool that makes it easy to create cinematic 2D and 3D titles, fluid transitions, and realistic effects in real time.

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Add power and flexibility for exporting projects from Final Cut Pro. Customize output settings, work faster with distributed encoding, and easily package your film for the iTunes Store.

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Add your email account

If you don't have an email account set up, Mail prompts you to add your email account.

To add another account, choose Mail > Add Account from the menu bar in Mail. Or choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Internet Accounts, then click the type of account to add.

  • When adding an account, if you get a message that your account provider requires completing authentication in Safari, click Open Safari and follow the sign-in instructions in the Safari window.
  • If necessary, Mail might ask you for additional settings.

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Send and reply

Learn how to compose, reply to, and forward email.

Send new messages

  1. Click New Message in the Mail toolbar, or choose File > New Message.
  2. Enter a name, email address, or group name in the 'To' field. Mail gives suggestions based on your contacts and messages on your Mac and devices signed into iCloud.1
  3. Enter a subject for your message.
  4. Write your email in the body of the message.
    • To add an attachment, drag an attachment to the body of the message. Or choose File > Attach Files, choose an attachment, then click Choose.
    • To change your font and format, use the options at the top of the message window.
    • Beginning with macOS Mojave, it's even easier to add emoji to your messages. Just click the Emoji & Symbols button in the toolbar at the top of the message window, then choose emoji or other symbols from the character viewer.
  5. Send or save your message:
    • To send, click the Send button or choose Message > Send.
    • To save your message as a draft for later, close the message, then click Save.

Reply and forward

  • To reply to a single person, click Reply , type your response, then click Send .

  • To reply to everyone on a group email, click Reply All , type your response, then click Send .

  • To forward a message to other people, click Forward , type your response, then click Send .

Organize and search

Sort your emails into folders and use multiple search options to find specific messages.

Create folders

You can create Mailboxes to organize your emails into folders.

  1. Open Mail, then choose Mailbox > New Mailbox from the menu bar.
  2. In the dialog that appears, choose the location for the Mailbox.
    • Choose your email service (like iCloud) to access your Mailbox on your other devices, such as an iPhone signed into the same email account.
    • Choose On My Mac to access your Mailbox only on your Mac.
  3. Name the mailbox and click OK.
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If you don't see the mailboxes sidebar, choose View > Show Mailbox List. To show or hide mailboxes from an email account, move your pointer over a section in the sidebar and click Show or Hide.

Sort your emails

To move a message from your Inbox to a mailbox:

  • Drag the message onto a mailbox in the sidebar.
  • In macOS Mojave, you can select the message, then click Move in the Mail toolbar to file the message into the suggested mailbox. Mail makes mailbox suggestions based on where you've filed similar messages in the past, so suggestions get better the more you file your messages.

To delete a message, select a message, then press the Delete key.

To automatically move messages to specific mailboxes, use rules.

Search

Use the Search field in the Mail window to search by sender, subject, attachments, and more. To narrow your search, choose an option from the menu that appears as you type.

Add and mark up attachments

Attach documents and files to your messages and use Markup to annotate, add your signature, and more.

Attach a file

To attach a file to your message:

  • Drag an attachment to the body of the message.
  • Choose File > Attach Files, choose an attachment, then click Choose.

Use Markup with your attachments

You can use Markup to draw and type directly on an attachment, like an image or PDF document.2

  1. Click the Attach button or choose File > Attach Files in the message window.
  2. Choose an attachment, then click Choose File.
  3. Click the menu icon that appears in the upper-right corner of the attachment, then choose Markup.
    • Use the Sketch tool to create freehand drawings.
    • Use the Shapes tool to add shapes like rectangles, ovals, lines, and arrows.
    • Use the Zoom tool in the Shapes menu to magnify and call attention to a part of an attachment.
    • Use the Text tool to add text.
    • Use the Sign tool to add your signature.
  4. Click Done.

Learn more

  • Contact Apple Support.

1. All devices signed into iCloud with the same Apple ID share contacts. Contacts addressed in previous messages that were sent and received on those devices are also included. To control this feature, turn Contacts on or off for iCloud. On Mac, choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click iCloud. On iOS devices, go to Settings, tap your name at the top of the screen, then tap iCloud.

2. Markup is available in OS X Yosemite and later.

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