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Yosemite hands-on: Mail, Messages, and Calendar

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A major update to OS X generally means that many of the apps included with the operating system also get major updates—or at least the biggest updates they’re likely to get until the next major operating-system release. In OS X Yosemite, due this fall, several major Apple apps have received upgrades both big and small. I’ve been using a pre-release version of Yosemite (on an Apple-supplied MacBook Pro) for the past month and have had a chance to spend a little time with Mail, Messages, and Calendar. Here’s a look at what’s new.</p><h2>Mail gets markup and more</h2>
My love-hate relationship with Apple’s Mail app is currently in a good place. I’m using it every day and it’s been working fine for me. Still, I was reluctant to test an early version of Mail on Yosemite with my real mailboxes. As a result, I can’t testify yet about any potential compatibility issues between Mail and either my personal Gmail inbox or my work’s Office 365 mail. (I can, however, testify that my rarely-used email address is a stupendous collector of spam.)</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/2452686/yosemite-hands-on-mail-messages-and-calendar.html#jump">To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here[/url]</p></section></article>

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