Return to sender: Google pulls new iOS Gmail app

Google released a native Gmail client for iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices, but quickly pulled the software from the iTunes App Store due to some app errors. As a long-time Android user, I like what I see in the client, but it needs work.

Tips and tricks: Mac OS X Mail 5

In this instalment of tips and tricks, we’ll be focusing on Mail 5, the new version that ships with Lion. There are a number of changes to the app that you might not be aware of, and some handy trips from past versions that still apply.

An in-depth look at Mail 5 in OS X Lion

Managing email on OS X has always been about finding the lesser of many evils. I have too many email addresses to use webmail efficiently, but I’ve never been happy with any email program on the Mac. That finally changed, thanks to OS X Lion.

Don’t be left behind: 5 Mac apps that won’t make the Lion cut

Apple is dropping Rosetta from OS X Lion, which means PowerPC-only apps won’t work on Macs running the operating system. It might surprise you how many still-useful and used apps that will leave out in the cold. Here’s a few, and some replacement suggestions.

How to Create and Manage iOS Email Distribution Lists

It may surprise you to find that iOS does not support email distribution lists, since they’re fully supported by Mail on the Mac, and you can sync your mail settings to your iOS device. Luckily, there are ways around this particular omission.

Please Fix This, Apple

My closet is so overfull with boxes from Apple that I hardly have room for anything else. I love my Macs, iOS devices, and Apple software. But there are some things about Apple products that just leave me wondering: why don’t they fix this?

Quick Look: Postbox 2

If you need a smarter alternative to Apple’s Mail, this may be just the thing. Postbox 2.0 is a Mozilla-based email client that prides itself on saving you time and keeping you organized. It has support for plug-ins, native archiving, to-do tags and tabs.

TechUniversity: Mail 101

Apple’s Mail application is a full-featured email client that’s included with all copies of OS X. It allows you to send, receive and organize all of your email with ease.

TechUniversity: HTML Signatures in Mail

Apple makes it fairly easy to do basic text formatting for HTML signatures, but using HTML to create more complex signatures requires a bit more work. We’ll walk you through, step by step, how to create a custom HTML email signature is Apple’s Mail app.