Create Rules Based on Entourage Messages
When creating rules in Entourage 2008, you can save some time by selecting a message like those you want the rule to work on before defining the rule. That way, when you add criteria to your rule, Entourage fills in the data based on the data in the selected message. So if you wanted to filter messages containing TidBITS, you could select an issue and add a new "From Contains" criterion to a rule. Entourage will automatically fill in the email@example.com address in the criterion.
Other articles in the series Unicode & Mac OS X
Adam has Mac OS X utilities on the brain, and this week's installment in his overview of utilities for Mac OS X lists out some of the most essential tools for serious Mac users. Matt Neuburg returns with the second part of his in-depth look at Unicode, focusing on how you can use it in Mac OS X. In the news, we cover the latest Mac OS X security update from Apple, the release of DVD Studio Pro 1.5, and how to get free exhibit passes to Macworld Expo NY.
April Mac OS X Security Update -- Apple last week released the Security Update April 2002 through Software Update and the Apple software downloads siteShow full article
DVD Studio Pro 1.5 Supports Mac OS X -- Apple today announced the release of DVD Studio Pro 1.5, a new version of the company's professional DVD authoring tool that adds Mac OS X compatibilityShow full article
Free Macworld Expo NY 2002 Exhibit Passes -- If you're thinking about attending Macworld Expo in New York City from 17-Jul-02 through 19-Jul-02, you can register now through April 23rd to get a free exhibit hall pass (supposedly a $35 value)Show full article
In the first installment of this series on Mac OS X utilities, I looked at utilities that restored capabilities inherent to Mac OS 9 that we had all been accustomed to over the yearsShow full article
In the first part of this article, I introduced you to Unicode, a grand unification scheme whereby every character in every writing system would be represented by a unique value, up to a potential one million distinct characters and symbolsShow full article