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What version of Mail do I have installed on Mac OS X?

Mac Mail is the default email program for Mac OS X, and comes bundled with your machine, just like Outlook Express came with Mac OS 9 or Windows XP, and Windows Mail for Windows Vista. - no need to download it or install it. The base version of Apple Mail you currently have installed is in part determined by your operating system version (10.4 Tiger, 10.5 Leopard, or 10.6 Snow Leopard, most probably - if you are not sure, see "What version of Mac OS X do I have?" to get your major and minor version number). This tutorial will show you how to see what version of Mail you are running on your Mac.

What version of Mac Mail am I running?

Mac Mail versions breakdown

This is how you can determine which version of Apple Mail you are running on your Mac! As a reference, here is the breakdown of Mac Mail version based on the version of OS X you are running:

Apple Mail Tutorial Setup an Email Account Adding Email Accounts Apple Mail's Interface Sending Emails Receiving Emails Configure Mac Mail settings Your Email Signature Email Account Settings Preferences Change email password Change default email on Mac Change how often Mac Mail checks for new emails Change new email sound Change download location Change your name in Mac Mail Keep or erase sent emails Auto junk mail deletion settings Auto empty Trash settings Disable an email account Change default RSS reader Disable spam junk mail filtering Disable email highlighting Send plain text email message Automatically Cc-Bcc yourself Show or hide the main toolbar Check for new email message Add a "To Do" reminder in Mail Change to large or small icons What version of Mail do I have What version of Mac OS X do I have on my computer? Managing Your Emails Using Mailboxes Rules with Apple Mail Spam & Junk Mail
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