The days before email became essential to doing business seem like a theme for a documentary on the History Channel. Gone are the days when businesses relied solely on snail mail and phone calls to communicate. Email is a critical component to business success and the ability for your mail server to multitask is just as important.
There are ways for groups to work simultaneously or sequentially. There are real-time collaboration features built into many apps. And possibly the most elegant of them all, Samepage, a business collaboration tool that connects multiple people with projects, conversations and files.
Have you ever looked over your spouse’s shoulder and thought, “Hey, that’s a cool app.”? If you set up Family Sharing you can not only see what apps they have but you can download the apps you want with just a few simple clicks.
It’s helpful to unplug occasionally and ignore email while on vacation or otherwise away from your work routine. And it’s a good idea to set up a vacation auto-responder to tell correspondents what to do in your absence. It might be tempting to create such an auto-reply with a rule in Mail or on the Mac, but resist the temptation!
For unknown reasons, Apple redesigned the toolbar in the iOS 13 version of Mail.
Since the earliest days of the iPhone, Apple’s Safari and Mail have been the default Web and email apps for iOS and, later, iPadOS.