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One of the spiffier enhancement utilities available for Mail.app is Mail.appetizer, which enables you to see what your incoming mail is without the distraction of switching to the program. Use it with Mail sounds turned off, so a quick glance to the minimally intrusive overlay lets you know if it's something you need to deal with immediately. [http://www.bronsonbeta.com/mailappetizer/ Available here] One of the spiffier enhancement utilities available for Mail.app is Mail.appetizer, which enables you to see what your incoming mail is without the distraction of switching to the program. Use it with Mail sounds turned off, so a quick glance to the minimally intrusive overlay lets you know if it's something you need to deal with immediately. [http://www.bronsonbeta.com/mailappetizer/ Available here]
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Mail.app is a nickname for the email program that ships with Apple's Macintosh OS X. Apple merely calls it Mail. The .app comes from the suffix of the bundle.

Mail.app sees significant updates with every revision of OS X. In Panther Apple added e.g. email threading, and in (the upcoming) Tiger, Smart Mailboxes

One of the spiffier enhancement utilities available for Mail.app is Mail.appetizer, which enables you to see what your incoming mail is without the distraction of switching to the program. Use it with Mail sounds turned off, so a quick glance to the minimally intrusive overlay lets you know if it's something you need to deal with immediately. Available here

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