Apple Mail


The email client from Apple

Cost/Availability: Included by Apple with its operating systems macOS, iOS and watchOS.

Ranking in the previous surveys:

2021: 185 2020: 144 2019: – 2018: – 2017: – 2016: – 2015: – 2014: –
2013: – 2012: – 2011: – 2010: – 2009: – 2008: – 2007: –

Comments on Apple Mail 

“Nothing fancy, just works with GB of cloud-based data.” One of the lead developers for ISO 10303, USA, 2020

Quick Guide to Apple Mail

Here you will find basic guidance and links on how to use Apple Mail for teaching, training, learning and development.

Apple Mail is a popular client email tool. Here are tips and tricks for beginners in 10 minutes!

But how can it be used for learning?

  • At the most basic level it is the most frequent used tool for an interaction with another individual –  perhaps a manager , a colleague, a partner,  a coach or someone else – and from those basic interactions people learn new things (although they may not be aware of it at the time, and they often don’t recognising this as learning because it is not the traditional view of learning.
  • Email newsletter – an individual may also sign up for an email newsletter to bring them regular news
  • Email courses – an individual may also sign up for an email course (e.g. Highbrow) so the (daily or weekly) lessons will be delivered in this way.

Apple Mail can be used to create a number of different email resources, e.g.

  • (Training) newsletters are a useful way to keep a group of people up to date on a topic
  • Email courses – Delivering content by email might be considered the original distance learning format.  Although it is easy to create up an email course using Apple Mail – by setting up the emails and then sending them out to an email list – it is probably easier to do so with a tool like Mailchimp as it automates the whole process, and allows people to start the email course at different times.

Last updated: August 26, 2022 at 10:26 am

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