Mike Schmitz provides a preview of his “Using Your Mac to Escape Your Email” session in our latest Road to Macstock session. Mike gives us a few hints on how to better control our email using features and components of the Mac OS itself. All email programs are not created equal, especially in light of some of Mike’s tips. Find how how your choice of client may impact your ability to get organized and make email work for you, and what else Mike is going to show us in his session.
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Mike Schmitz is an Apple fanboy, coffee snob, and productivity junkie who creates content for Asian Efficiency where he teaches people how to be more productive. He is also a contributing writer for The Sweet Setup, a site dedicated to reviewing and recommending the very best Mac and iOS apps. He lives in NE Wisconsin with his wife and 4 crazy boys and is the author of Thou Shalt Hustle. He also helps produce and occasionally hosts The Productivity Show podcast and (probably) spends too much time on Twitter.
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