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Arrows vs. tabs
Authored by: vonleigh on Nov 28, '01 01:34:21AM

OK! now I get it. Today I continued reading and wanted to add a few things; not to criticize or anything, just wanted to add some more information to this already great guide:

1. Under "send a message again" (page 40). There are two additional ways to send a message. The first is to control-click the message, transfer it to the out box, then open it and click send. The second way is to use the 'redirect' button. You will have to re-enter the email address though.

2. I would add a section detailing the "bounce" button. It is one of the best tools I've encountered to combat spam. Simply bounce back unwanted messages, and it will appear like the message couldn't be delivered. It has to be added to the toolbar by customizing.

3. I'd add a tip that I've found very useful, maybe it should go under Finder. "Speeding up the mouse". The mouse I think is excessively slow, fortunately you can change it three ways, by editing the plist; using the terminal "defaults write -globalDomain -float 5.2". The last way is I think there's a GUI app for it, but I don't remember... maybe it's TinkerTool. Note: the number needs to be in the 0.0 format. 1.7 is the default. I use the mentioned 5.2


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