What Group(s) Is a Contact a Member of?

Using Groups allows us to organize our Contacts and an individual contact can be a member of multiple Groups (or none). To easily determine all Groups for a particular contact: Read more...

September 24, 2017 • Tags: , • Posted in: OS X Mail • Comments Closed

OS X (10.12 Sierra, 10.11 el Capitan) – Email Address Management – Contacts with multiple email addresses

April 14, 2017 • Tags:  • Posted in: How To, OS X Mail • Comments Closed

Securely Encrypting Files – Windows

Sharing documents that contain sensitive, personal information, can be risky. Varying levels of identity theft can result if your documents aren’t properly protected. Read more...

Securely Encrypting Files – Mac OS X

Sharing documents that contain sensitive, personal information, can be risky. Varying levels of identity theft can result if your documents aren’t properly protected. Read more...

January 12, 2015 • Tags: , , • Posted in: File Encryption, How To • No Comments

OS X (10.7 Mountain Lion) – Email Address Management – Contacts with multiple email addresses

When creating a new email to my brother, his work address auto-completes when I type his name. I want is home address to be automatic. Read more...

March 23, 2013 • Tags:  • Posted in: How To, OS X Mail • No Comments

Remove “ghost” email addresses from Apple’s Mail

When you create a new message in Apple’s Mail program, and start typing an address, the program tries to help by offering a list of suggestions. Pretty convenient unless the list has a bunch of old, and wrong, addresses.
The suggestion list is pulled from your Address Book and from previous emails you’ve sent. You can edit the list of Previous Recipients, remembered by Mail, by using this menu selection:

March 3, 2010 • Tags:  • Posted in: How To, OS X Mail, Troubleshooting • No Comments