How to make a third-party email client mainstream on a Mac

How to make a third-party email client mainstream on a Mac

Not everyone likes Mail, os X’s standard email client, even though Apple developers are improving and improving the app with every update. Well, you don’t force anyone to use Mail, but if you started using a third-party email client, you have to do it wisely. In this guide, we’ll tell you how to install a third-party email app as the default mail customer.

Step 1. Start the app Mail »

How to make a third-party email client mainstream on a Mac Step 2. Go to the menu Mail » -> « Settings »

Step 3. On the tab Main in the section Postal customer by default Choose the email client you want

How to make a third-party email client mainstream on a Mac

Step 4. If your client is not on the list, click Select and enter the app manually

Ready! Now your favorite email client will be in the system the main thing – it will open when you click on the email in the browser and notify about incoming emails.

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