Over at The Tao of Mac, Rui Carmo reports on how Mail.app eats your email.
If a particular SMTP server is not available and you click OK to Mail.app’s suggestion of resending it from another server before Mail.app re-renders the message, it vanishes.
Well, almost. Everything vanishes except the headers, so the recipient gets a tantalising hint of what might have been.
As Rui says, Brilliant.
Read the other things that Rui has to say about Mail in his “Talking Mail.app” interview.
- Heavyweights body slam Mail.app
- Postfix Enabler 1.2: Be your own mail server
- Greylisting: A noble defeat in the spam wars
- Three outgoing mail fixes for Mac users on the go
- Mail Forward 3.1.1.b1: Reading your webmail in Mail.app
Tags: Apple Mail, bugs, mail.app, resending, Rui Carmo, SMTP server, tao of mac