That is one of the reasons I switched to Mail.app... Entourage, while a very nice app (probably the best full-featured mail app for the Mac), was just "too much" for my taste. I just wanted to e-mail, I didn't require all the other options. Then when you consider that Apple is trying to "hook together" all their apps like Mail, iChat, iCal, iSync, etc. I wanted to be part of it, so I made the switch... I have enjoyed using Mail.app (especially the junk mail feature which works a thousand times better than Entourage's Junk filter, plus, I didn't have to set up hundreds of Rules to make it work right.<br><br><br>Visit me here!
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I'am with you Giz. I've used Outlook, Palm and Entourage and all work fine for my needs, but I want to be of Apple's entry into this field. So far, all of the iApps work just as good or better than the other apps. Besides they look a hell of alot better!!<br><br>[color:green]"The day people stop bringing you their problems is the day you have stopped leading them." Colin Powell</font color=green>
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