It's good to be thrilled even if it's a bit late. The account drop down has been a Mail feature for a long time. I'm certain it goes back as far as Tiger at least.
I guarantee you that there are things that have been around since Tiger that I've not known about or used, and would love to know. Sure, I bought different books with different editions of OS X, but for the most part, I didn't read them. There is no mystery, crime, murder, sex, nudity; they just don't have a good plot and don't read very easy at bed time.
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