7 Tips For Replying To Email On Your Mac

When replying to an email message, don't just quote the entire message and write a response at the top or the bottom. Instead quote the previous message thoughtfully, pay attention to details, and create a better result.


Comments: 7 Responses to “7 Tips For Replying To Email On Your Mac”

    Penelope Gruen
    4 months ago

    Gary,
    Mail Tips greatly appreciated. I am always looking for greater efficiency in using my Apple devices, and you deliver!

    nick
    4 months ago

    hey Gary, under Preferences > Composing would you suggest using "Use the same message format as the original message" option, or not? Not sure what the advantage would be of one over the other. Thx

    4 months ago

    nick: So if the original message was in plain text, you'd reply in plain text. If rich text, then rich text. Otherwise, with this off, it would use whatever you have as default. Up to you if you want to set that or not.

    Sherry
    4 months ago

    Gary,
    If I needed to reply to a client whose message is in the sent folder, is there a way to find it quickly without having to scroll through the other 40 that's in there as well?

    4 months ago

    Sherry: Search for it. But if you don't know the name or any info to search for, I'm not sure what you can do other than browse.

    Dinorah
    4 months ago

    Hi Gary, I created a signature. To test it I composed a message to myself. The signature shows in Preferences > Signatures pane but not in composed or received mail. Not sure if I skipped something? Thanks

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