Configuring Mail, Address Book, and iCal


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Configuring Mail, Address Book, and iCal

Prior to Lion, you had to configure Mail, Contacts, and Calendars in three separate applications. Much like Apples iOS, under Lion you now configure all three in a single system preference. So let's take a look. We have got a System Preferences > Mail, Contacts & Calendars. Now if you set up an iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad this looks familiar to you and it works much the same way. So all you have to do is you select a type of account that you want to set up and you click on it. So for example, we are going to set up Gmail account.

It asks for my name. That's already filled in because it knows who I am. I enter my email address, and enter a password. I then click Set Up and it verifies my account. I have the option to enable three services with this. One is Mail & Notes, so I can set up an account in my Mail client. Calendars is another one. So this would sync with Google Calendars and if I wanted to set this up with Chat this would work with Google Talk. What I want to do righ...

Configuring Mail, Address Book, and iCal
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Configuring Mail, Address Book, and iCal provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Lion Essential Training

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