Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Your Weekly Mac OS X Mail Tip: View the Source of a Message in Mac OS X Mail

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View the Source of a Message in Mac OS X Mail
Heinz Tschabitscher
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This week's tip is from the "markup language?" department. I hope you like it or find it useful, or even both. If this tip is not for you, in just seven days another tip from a different department will aim to prove its utility. If all this is really not for you, please follow the unsubscription instructions at the bottom of this email.
View the Source of a Message in Mac OS X Mail
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