This tutorial describes how I set up Mail.app in OS X Leopard to handle both private and work email, using Google Mail accessed via the IMAP protocol, and sending mail via my ISP’s SMTP server to avoid the Outlook “sent on behalf of” problem.
I have a Macbook Pro, and I noticed upon upgrading to OS X Leopard, that the default message size for Mail.app messages was too small to read. Sure, you can add a button to your toolbar to increase font size on a per-message basis, but this gets old after the 1000th time. What to do about it?
In my job as a consultant, I often need to schedule meetings across timezones, and sometimes do not want to struggle with cross-platform incompatibilities between calendar software. A few tips follow, about how I help myself with this, using Mac OS X Automator.
I installed some software that overwrote some vital portion of Adobe Acrobat, so when I try starting that app, it complains, asking for a reinstall. What did I do?
Check out this YouTube video of David Allen himself, speaking about Getting Things Done, and two keys to sustaining a healthy life and work style.
This is the first post on the Snap!Japan weblog. Welcome, and please come back to see snapshots and slices of my life in Japan.