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The release notes suggest a whole bunch of improvements and fixes for
- Addresses an issue in which Mail might prompt you to download items attached to an IMAP email message more than once.
- In the Fonts & Colors preferences in Mail, you can now customize the font used in the list of Mailbox names.
- Smart Mailboxes that use “Entire Message Contains” and another criteria with the “any” qualifier now work as expected.
- Smart Groups of addresses can now be dragged from Address Book to a message’s To, Cc, or Bcc field.
- The number of messages in a Smart Mailbox are now displayed in the title bar.
- Pressing Tab while composing a Mail message now inserts a tab character, instead of four spaces.
- Accounts created in Mail after installing this update will avoid an issue in which .Mac mail could not be sent if the Internet Service Provider blocks port 25.
- Reduces the amount of blank lines Mail might insert into a message when forwarding or replying to it.
- Addresses an issue in which some Mail rules could be lost or duplicated after a .Mac sync.
- Addresses in the “To:”, “Cc:”, “Bcc:” fields, as well as the Accounts pop-up menu, no longer appear in red if the address is in a different lettercase than what is entered in the “Mark addresses not in the domain” field; for example, “Mac@MAC.Com” will no longer be marked in red if the “Mark addresses not in the domain” field contains “mac.com.”
- Searches of “All Mailboxes” can now, optionally, include items from Junk and Trash.
- Resolves an issue in which meeting requests sent from Microsoft Outlook to an Exchange account in Mail might not appear.
- 10.4.3 killed my tip
- Emailing a Smart Group in Address Book
- Mailboxer: Smart mailboxes for contacts
- Corrupted smart mailbox crashes Mail.app
- Managing email aliases in Apple Mail
Tags: 10.4.3, Apple Mail, mail.app