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the problem here is that styled text in Outlook is not always sent as HTML. But you can find out easily enough. (Note this works on Outlook 2016. other versions might be different.) Hold down the ⌥ Option key on your keyboard and click on the message in Outlook's message list that you want to see the source for and select "Show Source" from the ...


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The problem is likely that your email service does not support older versions of TLS (aka SSL, aka HTTPS), and Panther does not support newer versions of TLS. This creates an impasse where neither can talk to each other. To fix this problem, you need an interpreter—a piece of software which sits between you and the server, intercepts your traffic, and ...


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In 2018, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla deprecated TLS 1.0 and 1.1 effective March of 2020. TLS 1.2 was created in 2008, and thus postdates Panther. Unfortunately, this seems to imply that Mac OS X Mail in Panther does not support the security protocols currently required to access iCloud mail servers, or any other modern web server requiring a secure ...


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No, email is a remnant of a more civilized time when text was text and email didn’t have to include such things as a JavaScript engine and image rendering and a security apparatus. elm / pine / lynx used to be enough for email and web browsing but now you’ve got requirements that are at odds with plain text display. (And we’re all in the same boat as you - ...


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Answer: Postbox It misses #8 (no mobile version) and #9 is so-so (loses some formatting but I'm thinking it's Notes that's the problem)...but it is very stylish, snappy, and seems to have a lot of nice UX innovations (e.g. quick replies below every email, sort emails into folders with pre-defined keystrokes, themes...)


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