You know it — it's the strip of apps that appear when you tap the share button (the little square with the arrow erupting out of it) within an app. The iOS share buttonBy default, the sharing menu lets you share a URL, document or photo with Messages, Mail, and the Reminders app. When you tap on this button, it'll open up a configuration menu to set up your share sheet. Some apps such as Mail and Messages are always going to appear but you can turn-off support for other apps you might not use. Simply tap on the hamburger menu on the right hand side of screen and drag the app up or down to place it in the order you want it to appear.
In Photos, you can choose to share to your iCloud Library and there are a host of third-party camera apps — including Snapchat — that support the share sheet, too. We'll be honest, there are a plethora of apps with great share support, but some really go a level beyond.
Slack — Slack is a must-have app for plenty of offices and the share extension lets you share text, photos or document directly into Slack. Tumblr — Like Pinterest, Tumblr is an iOS app that tends to support the latest and greatest iOS features. As with the networking information in the last chapter, configuring your email account isn’t a matter of guessing. Authentication—Typically, a user name and password required to retrieve or send messages.
You can click Details to edit the basic account settings if, for example, you want to change your display name or the name of your account. Email accounts that aren’t immediately recognized by Mountain Lion require more information to be entered before they can be used.
When Mail cannot automatically configure the account, it displays a new dialog to collect information about your incoming mail server. Enter the account information provided by your system administrator or ISP (the incoming mail server, username, and password).
If your outgoing mail server requires authentication (many do!), click the Use Authentication checkbox and then provide a user name and password.
Now you are prompted for whether or not to use Secure Sockets Layer for outgoing mail, as well as the authentication type. Make sure the Take Account Online checkbox is selected so that you can begin using your account.
It isn’t uncommon for one email account to have multiple addresses associated with it. On the left, the mailbox list shows different mailboxes (or folders) for categorizing your messages.
When a mailbox is clicked, the message list refreshes to show all of the email within the mailbox, including a several-line preview of the contents. Now that you know the basics of finding your way around Mail, let’s take a look at the common tasks you should familiarize yourself with. Reading messages is typically a matter of finding a message in the message list, clicking it, and reading.
Use the Sort By drop-down menu above the message list to choose a message attribute to use as your sorting criteria. Use the same menu to choose Ascending or Descending to set the order of your sorting preferences. Much as you can set the mail attributes you want to use for sorting, you can also set the attributes displayed in the message list. Click the Details link at the top of the message content to show buttons for saving and viewing Attachments. You can easily save one or more attachments to your MacBook’s hard drive, and even add images to iPhoto, directly from Mail. Choose a message with an attachment—represented by a paper-clip in the message list, then click the Details link at the top of the message content as described in the previous task. A menu appears, enabling you to Save All, choose an individual file to save, or, if applicable, add the file to iPhoto. If you prefer a more Finder-like approach to dealing with attachments, you can also work with attached files as icons. Have you ever gotten a link to a web-page in email and wanted to view it without having to launch Safari? Click Open with Safari to open the full page in your web browser, or Add to Reading List to save the page to your Safari reading list. Click the message list entry to show all the messages in the conversation within the content area. To focus on a single message, click the arrow beside the number in the message list to show a list of individual senders and dates. Mail can learn (with some help) which messages in your inbox are spam and then filter similar messages so you don’t have to see them. To help prevent getting false positives, use the spam exemptions to identify types of messages that you don’t consider to be spam.
If your ISP offers spam filtering (and you trust it), make sure the Trust Junk Mail Headers in Messages option is set. If you receive spam mail, select it and click the Junk icon (thumbs down) in the Mail toolbar. You can force Mail to retrieve messages using the Get Mail toolbar button, but to change the frequency with which it forces a check you need to access the preferences. Use the Check for New Messages pop-up menu to set how frequently Mail looks for new messages. Email today is a bit more than just typing a message—it can include sending photos, files, or even professionally designed invitations and announcements. Start a new message by clicking the new message icon (pencil and paper) in the Mail toolbar. Check the Send Windows-Friendly Attachments checkbox to ensure that anyone (regardless of their platform choice) can open the attachments. To quickly attach photos from iPhoto, click the Photo Browser button to open a small window that shows your iPhoto galleries. If the template contains images, replace them by dragging photo files from the Finder onto the template image or use the Photo Browser button to locate an image and drag it in. After you change the content of a template, you can choose another template and your changes will be maintained as much as possible. When you send a lot of email, you probably get a bit tired of typing the same thing at the end of each message—your name, email, and other contact information. Choose an account that the signature should be used with, or choose All Signatures to not associate the signature with a specific account. Click Always Match My Default Message Font so that the signature always matches the font you’re using.
If you’re adding the signature to an account, use the Choose Signature pop-up menu to choose which signature is automatically added when you write a message. Click Place Signature Above Quoted Text to have Mail position your signature above earlier (quoted) text when replying to messages.

To attach your personal information to your signature as a virtual business card, you can drag a card out of your Address Panel (Window, Address Panel) into the signature. Email can be overwhelming, especially if you have several different accounts and dozens of incoming messages each day. If you find yourself with extra mailboxes or mailboxes that are no longer serving their original purposes, you can delete or rename them.
Even though you chose where to put your mailbox when it was first created, you can move it within your mailbox hierarchy easily. If you have a large number of mailboxes, or just find the process of dragging to the mailbox list to be cumbersome, you can select the messages, then use Move To or Copy To from the Messages menu to file the email without any dragging required. Much as Smart Folders in the Finder can help you keep track of files that share certain attributes, Smart Mailboxes can do the same for your email. To create a new Smart Mailbox, click the + button at the bottom of the Mailbox list and choose New Smart Mailbox. To include messages from the Trash mailbox or Sent mailbox, click the appropriate Include Messages checkboxes.
The new mailbox is created and displayed in the SMART MAILBOXES section within the Mailbox list. Smart Mailboxes can’t be arranged hierarchically inside one another as normal mailboxes can.
New to Mountain Lion is a feature that makes it very simple to track and view all messages from a specific person—the VIP Mailbox. Position your mouse beside the sender’s name in the content window and click the star that appears. Click the star in the content view again, or select the new VIP mailbox and choose Remove from VIPs from the Action pop-up menu (gear) to remove VIP status (and the corresponding VIP mailbox). Mail makes it easy to quickly search all of your email for particular content, and to turn that search into a Smart Mailbox for future reference. Potential search options appear in a drop-down list for matched people, mailboxes, subjects, and message content. If you’d prefer to have messages filed to actual mailboxes rather than Smart Mailboxes, you can write email rules. The majority of the internet users rely on a cloud service to handle their storage and there are plenty of them out there; Google Drive, One Drive, Box, Dropbox and iCloud are just some of the major players in this field. This is a step by step guide on how to create your own cloud service for free, if you can use your web browser then you can follow this tutorial, without further ado lets dive into the tutorial.
A free Openshift account, just go to Openshift website and register using your email, no credit card is required.
After registering; go to Openshift and click on the “My APPS” tab at the top of the screen.
You’ll be directed to anew window, click on the blue “Create your first application now” link. You’ll be directed to a new window where you shall find all of your credentials again (MySQL password, database name and root user, etc.), copy them to a safe location on your local computer.
You’ll be directed to the main window again, to visit your online cloud storage simply click on the blue link at the top of the screen (that’s your URL). You’ll be directed to your online cloud storage, your username is “admin” and the password the one you’ve got from step 10. If you want your cloud service to have its own domain name then direct your new cloud to your own domain (e.g.
You’ll be directed to a new window; type your domain name in “Domain Name” field on Openshift. Now you can enjoy your own secure cloud storage service, want to take it a step further, you can create your own small private business around this tutorial. Rules let you set auto-responders that will bounce back messages when you're on holiday or redirect your mail into specified folders, which is what we want in this case.
After a few seconds, the email will appear in the iCloud webmail interface and be immediately moved to the Notes folder. Although our note has already been filed inside OS X Mail's reminders subsection, there's nothing to draw our attention to it.
Introduced in iOS 8, the sharing system — which other apps can work with via a tool called "share sheets" — in iOS lets you send documents, URLs, photos and other files to other apps and services. But you might not know about it, because Apple keeps this power-user feature relatively hidden. Open an app with share-sheet support (we'll use Safari for our purpose) and tap the share button. When you open the "More" menu, you'll see every app that supports share sheets that's installed on your device.
This basically just determines whether an app will show up in your share sheet options or not. I have a bunch of different Pinboard clients installed for iOS (it's really hard to pick my favorite) and many of them have more than one share sheet option.
One is simply a "Quick Pin," which will save the URL to my Pinboard quickly and without user interaction. The second (Pinner) brings up a secondary window.If I tap "Pinner," however, it opens up a secondary window where I can add a description for a link, tags and toggle whether I want the link to be saved publicly or privately.
For instance, in the Photos app on iOS, the share options are different than they are in Safari.
This is especially useful if you want to add a snippet of text to a note or create a calendar entry based on something in an email. You can add photos, text or a URL to an existing note or a new note, straight from the share sheet.
In Safari, it'll even let you select the photo you want from a web page to share to your favorite board. Share support in Tumblr is robust and it works on web pages, with Apple Music and in Photos. Powered by its own proprietary technology, Mashable is the go-to source for tech, digital culture and entertainment content for its dedicated and influential audience around the globe. Type your name (as you want it to appear in outgoing messages), email address, and password for the account.
If additional features are determined to be available from the email provider, they are listed in the window. Use the description field to name the account with something meaningful that helps you differentiate it from other accounts. Typically you choose Password (some complex configurations might use more advanced authentication methods).
You should enter the information provided by your system administrator or ISP, or choose an existing outgoing server from the Outgoing Mail server drop-down menu. If an error occurs, check your settings, or click Continue to proceed with the settings you provided. Your MacBook tests all your email account settings and shows you exactly where any errors are occurring.
The Mail application workspace is split into three columns, from left to right: mailboxes, a message list, and message content.

In Mountain Lion, Apple has decided to conserve as much space as possible by hiding the mailboxes by default. Any message that you click in the Message list is displayed in the message content area on the right.
If you’d prefer to live in the past, you can change to the older style layout by checking the Use classic layout option found within the Viewing section of the Mail preferences (choose Mail, Preferences from the menu bar).
Even so, you can improve the experience by taking advantage of several tools built into Mail.
Use the View, Message List menu to set which attributes will be visible in the message list items.
Scroll through your email and you’ll see the attached files represented as icons in the message (usually at the bottom). To help keep long conversations under control, Mountain Lion’s Mail, by default, collapses your conversations into a single entry in your message list.
To add this information automatically to the end of each message you write, create a signature. You can also manually choose a signature using the Choose Signature pop-up menu in the message composition window.
To help you cope with the incoming mail, you can create mailboxes in which to file or copy messages. In addition, you can quickly change between your Inbox, Sent, Drafts, and Flagged folders using the links directly in the Mail toolbar.
Mailboxes can be moved inside of other mailboxes by clicking and dragging their folder icons into (or out of) another mailbox. You can select a contiguous range of messages by holding down Shift and clicking another message, or select several scattered messages by holding down the Command key and clicking multiple messages. Using information such as the sender, recipient, and even attachment names, you can group messages together in a Smart Mailbox, regardless of what mailbox, or even what email account, they’re associated with. Use the first pop-up menu to choose a message attribute (such as Subject), the second to choose a comparison, and the field (where applicable) to provide the value that you are comparing against. To create a hierarchy of smart mailboxes, you must create a Smart Mailbox Folder (Mailbox, New Smart Mailbox Folder). VIP Mailboxes are like smart folders, but with a very targeted purpose—showing you all messages from an individual person.
Email rules can file messages, highlight messages in the message list, and even forward them to another account. The first pop-up menu chooses what is evaluated, the second the comparison to be made, and the third field is the value that should be used in the comparison. One of the major drawbacks of these services is security, do you trust these companies and would allow them to save your sensitive data? If you're not already in the Mail application, click the cloud icon in the upper left corner and select Mail. Each iCloud mailbox already has a folder called 'Notes', which we'll use to file our memos. Select 'send to folder' from the second set of drop-down menus and choose Notes as the destination.
You don't need to include anything in the body of the email unless you'd like to include some further notes for yourself that relate to the task in question. At the same time, it appears in the matching Notes folder in OS X Mail, along with the reminders you tapped out in the iPhone Notes app. We'll fix this by applying a marker, which will promote it to the flagged part of the reminders subsection, where a notification badge will show how many jobs need taking care of.
The share icon (below) is available in a slew of core iOS apps and plenty of third-party apps, too.
The email application, Mail (found in the Applications folder by clicking the Mail icon), is provided with your MacBook. If for some reason it fails, you can continue with an advanced manual configuration (see the next task). To configure multiple addresses for a single account, Open Mail’s preferences, click Accounts, and then click the account you want to add an alias to. Clicking these icons will do similar helpful actions, such as setting appointments, adding information to a contact, or tracking shipments. When new messages recognized as spam come in, they are automatically placed in the Junk folder. You can also set up smart mailboxes that automatically display messages that match certain criteria. This can be done either manually, as described here, or automatically using Smart Mailboxes or Email Rules, discussed in the tasks following this one.
This special folder will be added to the SMART MAILBOXES section and can be used to organize any Smart Mailboxes you create. If the answer is no then this tutorial is for you, this isn’t the only case in which you’d need your won cloud service; you might be a game developer and you’d like to host your games, business owners who wants to keep their sensitive information in a safe place, authors who want to keep their next creative project in a safe place and many other cases in which you might your own cloud service. This is the same folder used by the iPhone's Notes application to file your jottings when you synchronise the handset with a Mac. Screengrab: Cult of MacFirst up, you need to launch Apple Mail and then head up to the Mail menu. Some apps really take advantage of the share sheet and can perform smart actions based on the type of document you want to share. With Mail, you can connect to a variety of different mail servers, including Microsoft Exchange, with only a few clicks of your mouse. Enter the alias email addresses, separated by commas, in the Email Address field in the account details.
You can also click an icon to immediately open it in a compatible Mountain Lion application. If good mail is accidentally classified as spam, use the thumbs up icon in the toolbar to tell Mail it made a mistake.
Should you later want to file your messages in other folders, you'll need to create them first in the main webmail interface by pressing the '+' on the folders divider. Choose Preferences, and then click on the Signatures tab at the top right of the Preferences window. If you're looking for somewhere to send old emails that you've already dealt with, don't choose the name 'archive', as that's a special name that will jump up into the mailboxes section. Click 'OK' and then close the preferences pane, opting to apply the rule to the selected folder so that each of your existing tasks is marked for your attention.
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In the Finder, click on the Go menu, and hold the Option key down to see the Library folder. To do so, click on the little Editing arrow to the right of the file name in your text editor, and check the Locked button in the drop-down dialog.

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