Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 15th Sep 2008 22:17 UTC
Mac OS X Apple has released the latest update to its Leopard operating system, Mac OS X 10.5.5, with tons and tons of fixes. As always, the release is a recommended update fr all Leopard users, so fire up Software Update, and let's hope it doesn't cause any troubles. Read one for a quick rundown of the most important changes.
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I hadn't noticed any issues before ...
by Tuishimi on Tue 16th Sep 2008 16:35 UTC
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...but I updated. All still seems well to me. I never use anymore. I use GyazMail and when the author of SweetMail builds is Intel version (he popped onto to say he would do that over the next 3 months (back in August)) I might switch back to that from the old days. ;)

Mail has had ongoing issues since the advent of OS X. It drives me completely insane.

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darknexus Member since:

I actually like but to each their own. I use it because it has better keyboard support than Gyazmail and it seems to thread better for me, and I can expand/collapse threads with the left/right arrow which I cannot do in Gyazmail. Other than the iMap issue with Gmail I really hadn't had any issues with it. It would be nice if it supported encryption/signing, but that's just me coming from a UNIX background.

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Tuishimi Member since:

Oh no doubt it has many more features! I think they need to simply spend more time on ironing out any glitches and pass on adding new features for awhile. And indeed, they have had fixes for Mail frequently in updates. GyazMail does not offer a lot of flexibility, but it is pretty rock solid.

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puenktchen Member since:
2007-07-27 does support encryption and signing.

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