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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by cmm, Apr 10, 2008.
How do I stop it so I don't get every e-mail I wrote to others in my inbox in iMail?
What is iMail?
Isn't it called iMail? Guess not, mail.app
The regular Apple made mail program.
Are you using pop to access Gmail? If so, set up a mail rule. Setup a rule that says any mail sent from your email address is moved to your sent folder.
it shouldnt do that, because mine dosen't you might have selected the "all mail" view
yeah, i'm using pop. should i not? i don't know what a mail rule is.
I don't like pop mail. I much prefer IMAP. You can ready my little tutorial about how to setup Gmail to be IMAP-Mail.app friendly here.
Go to mail--preferences--rules. Use the form to setup a rule.
Edit: you can also set up a rule to make the message appear already read.
No, if you're using Gmail pop and setup Mail.app according to Gmail's guidelines, you'll get your sent messages in your inbox.
what's the difference between pop and imap?
Basically, pop removes messages from the inbox and physically downloads them to your computer. IMAP just lets you access the server. Benefits of IMAP is you can access your mail in total sync from multiple computers and/or locations, which is something you can't do with pop.