Poll Results: 68K or Bust?! Plenty of people still use older Macs built using the 68000 processor line, ranging from the once-mighty Quadra and IIfx down to the SE/30, Mac Plus, and even the original 128K Mac. They make great low-volume servers, or secondary machines for word processing or email. But these days, most software requires a PowerPC-based Mac. So we asked, "If you still regularly use a 68K Macintosh, do you attempt to keep its software up-to-date?" The results were surprisingly balanced. Of the almost 1,100 responses, 26 percent don't use 68K Macs, while 24 percent of 68K users don't update the software at all, keeping their machines frozen in time. Of the remaining respondents, 26 percent update only a few key 68K programs, while the other 25 percent keep their software as up-to-date as possible. For more information on working with outdated software, see Matt Neuburg's article "Long Day's Journey into Night of the Living Dead Software" in TidBITS-494. [JLC]
View Full Threads in Apple Mail
Many users are aware of Apple Mail's message threading feature, which highlights related email messages within the Inbox. However, many people don't know how to view both sent and received messages within a thread at once. To do so, first enable Message Threading under Mail's Viewing Preferences. Then, Command-click both the mailbox containing your threaded messages, and your Sent box. Now you can view both sent and received messages within the thread simultaneously.
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