I actually switched back to Entourage with the latest upgrade to MSOffice 2004. I like the organizing it does of my email by day, etc. The "projects" feature is also quite nice if you get a lot of emails regarding one particular subject/topic.<br><br>I suppose I'll take a look at Mail, iCal and AddressBook again with 10.4, but they're just too limited in their feature set right now - especially iCal and AddressBook.<br><br>
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Exactly....Mail reads HTML mail just fine, and you can even turn it off. <br><br>However, to compose HTML mail with links and backgrounds and such, neither mail nor Entourage can do this. You need Mozilla or the like, but Jobs said at WWDC it will have this in Tiger. <br><br>I believe there is a way you can insert your own HTML somehow in Mail or Entourage, but that's beyond me. <br><br>
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Yes Kevin, exactly what was explained by Pete and Bryan.. HTML composition is what I'm looking for.<br><br>Say I want to send you a photo to look at; Instead of attaching it I can insert an image URL (the same way we post images here) and you can see it whenever you want. This will make the email transmission much faster and the image will not occupy space in your mailbox.<br><br>If Jobs delivers, then I found a reason to upgrade <br><br>
Yes, I know, that's what I was talking about.<br><br>I don't want to send email in HTML either. For example, if I write a message and insert a picture, I want it to be sent as an attachment, not HTML generated to show the image inline with the message.<br><br><br>
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