How to Set an Email Account as the Default Account in Apple OSX Mail

How to Set an Email Account as the Default Account in Apple OSX Mail

Set Default Account in Mac OS X Mail

  1. Go to menu Mail > Preferences
  2. Click on “Composing”
  3. Select the account you would like to set as default under “Send new messages from:” (or Send new mail from:) – this is under “Addressing:”)
  4. Close the preferences window.

How to Set an Email Account as the Default Account in Apple OSX Mail

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The below instructions will help you change your default mail account in Mac OS X Mail 1.x:

  1. Go to menu Mail > Preferences
  2. Click onto the Accounts tab
  3. Click on the account you’d like to set as default, hold down the button, and drag it to the top of the accounts list.
  4. Release the mouse button.
  5. Close the preferences window.
How to cut and paste file in Mac OS X

How to cut and paste file in Mac OS X

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Mac OS X does not allow you to cut and paste a file, but instead, you move a file.

Press Cmd+C to mark a file for copying or moving, change directory, then press Cmd+Opt+V to move the previously marked file. The file will be moved from source to destination.

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Apple Mail with Markup and Mail Drop in OS X Yosemite

Apple Mail with Markup and Mail Drop in OS X Yosemite

What’s new in OS X Yosemite Mail?

Apple’s Mail application has new features like Markup and Mail Drop in OS X Yosemite

If you have upgraded to OS X Yosemite, you can see the new lovely flat-iconed look of the new OS’s interface.

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In fact, OS X Yosemite is not just a new outfit for your Apple, but also has some very interesting new features like Markup and Mail Drop in the Apple Mail application.

Markup

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Using Markup, you can annotate images and PDF files, without leaving the Mail application just by right clicking/double finger clicking on the attachment.

For instance, you can add shapes, add talk bubbles, write text words, insert free-hand signature and more. You can do all this in different colors, brushes and fonts. There also is a crop tool to do simple image edits and the pen tool for free-hand writing or drawing.

You will love Markup’s signature tool. The signature tool let’s you insert a signature using the trackpad or camera. All you have to do is sign the name with a finger on the trackpad and your signature is added to the document.

The signature tool does not end here. You in fact can write a signature on a white piece of paper and use the FaceTime camera to import it into the document. Make sure you keep you hand stable to make it easy for the camera to understand the signatures.

Mail Drop

Another feature Apple Mail now has is Mail Drop. Mail Drop let’s you send large file attachments of up to 5GB using iCloud.

Compose mail and attach file just as you do in routine but when the attachment size is too large, you are given an option to send it as a regular attachment or use the Mail Drop feature.

If Mail Drop is selected, the receiver will receive it as a download link to download directly from iCloud, if the receiver does not have Apple Mail application.

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If the receiver too has Apple Mail application, the attachment is received as a regular attachment.

Right now, Mail Drop can only be used to send files that exceed the maximum allowed size by the email provider. This mean that a user does not have an option to set a file size to bring Mail Drop in action.

OS X Yosemite has been released to public and can be downloaded from the Mac App Store at no cost. It runs on all machines that were capable of running OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Mavericks, and it requires 8GB of storage space and 2GB of RAM.

Click here to download OS X Yosemite.

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Shared vs VPS vs Dedicated Hosting

Shared vs VPS vs Dedicated Hosting

What is the difference between shared, VPS and dedicated hosting?

When we shop around for hosting, we usually find three options.

 

1. Shared Hosting
2. VPS Hosting
3. Dedicated Hosting

Let us see what is the difference between them.

Shared Hosting
Shared Hosting is like when you are young and live with your siblings in the same room and in the same house.

All of you share the same room but have different beds. You all share the facilities like bathroom, if light is switched on, it is switched on for all. If fan is switched off, it is switched off for everyone.

In shared hosting, all hosting accounts reside on the same server and share the available resources like CPU time, memory and disk space with each other.

If you have a low traffic web site and do not need intense processing or high volume of mail sending, shared hosting is the ideal choice.

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VPS (Virtual Private Server) Hosting
VPS Hosting is like when you grow up a little and your parents decide to give you a separate room.

You have your own room, your own bed and you can switch the lights on and off with your own will. But still, you live in the same house.

In VPS hosting, several virtual machines are created on a physical server.

CPU time and memory are shared among all accounts on the machine, but some of the other resources are dedicated to each account.

VPS hosting is ideal when you want to have control over the hosting account, want to send high volume of emails but do not mind sharing CPU time and memory with others.

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Dedicated Hosting
Dedicated Hosting is like when you grow up and have your own separate house. You have nothing to share and everything is done at your own wish. No one else resides with you.

In dedicated hosting, the entire physical server machine belongs to you. You have access to all resources available on the machine. No one else has an account on the same server so the resources do not need to be shared.

Dedicated hosting is ideal when you want to have full control over the hosting account, manage installations, adjust the resources at your own command and want to do heavy mailing.

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