Join Christopher Breen for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with attachments, part of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Tips and Tricks.
As you're undoubtedly aware, e-mail messages can contain far more than just…the text found in the message body. It's not unusual to find one or more files…attached to these messages. In this movie, I'll offer a few tips for…dealing with those attachments. First, we have to get to Mail and I have…it open here in the doc. Now, one way to find your attachments is…simply to change your sorting. So, I can go to Sort by Date here, and…choose Sort by Attachment. And then, all the messages that contain…attachments will appear at the top of the message list and you can tell which ones…they are by the paperclip icon. But a more effective way to do this is to…create a Smart Mailbox. So, get on to the plus button, click it,…New Smart Mailbox. I'll call this Attachments.…
The single condition is going to be it Contains Attachments.…I click OK, and here are all my messages that have attachments.…Now, of course, they all have attachments, so I don't have to sort by attachments.…So, instead, I'll change this back to Sort by Date.…
- Creating smarter Smart Mailboxes
- Sharing and delegating calendars
- Syncing Google contacts
- Discovering hidden tricks within contact headings
- Scheduling startup and shutdown
- Copying files via Bluetooth
- Using a remote disc
- Creating password-protected archives
- Creating a bootable installer drive
- Repairing your keychain
- Resetting your login password
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Mail Tips
2. Calendar Tips
3. Contact Tips
4. System Preference Tips
5. Finder Tips
6. Tips for Troubleshooters
Repairing your keychain1m 49s
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