AppleInsider has revealed that the instructions accompanying the first builds of 10.4.7 are asking testers to focus their attention on Mail.app among other things.
That would be nice, especially since the last update, 10.4.6, didn’t offer much to Mail.app users.
No further details about possible changes have emerged, although an ever-hopeful poster on Apple’s Discussion Boards asks , if “they will finally add HTML Composition Support”.
I hope not. There are more important things that could be fixed first. Better IMAP implementation is at the top of my list.
What’s at the top of yours?
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Tags: 10.4.7, Apple Mail, HTML, imap, mail.app, updates