Side Note: I wrote this thanks to some research I had to do recently because my Mail app was constantly throwing these errors. After research I found the issue was indeed my SMTP server not being entered correctly. How it became incorrect I’ll never know, but hopefully if you’re having issues with this, my issues […]
Let’s face it, following the rules isn’t any fun. Nobody likes rules but put them into the OS X Mail client and suddenly rules are a pretty good thing. Mail rules are instructions your email client follows that tell it how to handle emails automatically. This means you can tell Mail to automatically archive a […]
It’s been a long journey, but the day has arrived. MailDeck hits the App Store today! In this special final part of our series on “How an App Is Made,” we take an up-close look at the final leg of the process: submission and publication.
Have you ever wondered how apps get made? How they’re dreamed up, designed, coded, and made to work? How apps are submitted to the App Store, and how they get approved (or denied)? In this exclusive, multi-part series, we’re going to follow one app’s development from idea to “on sale,” and find out exactly how […]
OS X Lion introduces a new layout to Mail that makes life a lot easier, thanks to threaded conversations. But it can be kind of… monochromatic. Want to make it more eye-catching — and useful? Add photos to your Address Book contacts. Here’s how.
You know MobileMe, right? For $99 a year, MobileMe syncs your iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC all together, making sure your contacts, calendars and e-mail is all working in glorious harmony. There’s also an online gallery, iDisk – a version of Dropbox by Apple – and Find My iPhone. The price seems a little bit […]
I reckon that about 75% of you readers out there know your Apple products. You’ve shopped them all out, you know what you like and you know what you want. You’re the Apple person that all your friends know. As cool as that is, the iPad is not for us. Well, it is for us, […]