How to view content next to a list in Apple Mail

Email content view interaction designAs we saw in , when viewing mail, it is convenient to view the list and its contents by placing the content view next to the list as shown in the figure.

Apple Mail wide screen

Outlook on Windows supports this method since Office 2003, but Apple Mail does not support this method in Leopard by default.

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While this friend is procrastinating, another alternative has arisen. Widescreen Apple Mail Plugin that is. If it's a business, it's important to get this timing right.

There are cases where the subject and sender are in the same field as in Outlook, and there are cases where the subject and sender are in different fields. People with wider screens can find emails faster by using having the sender and subject in different fields.

I've compiled links that are available in the Tiger or Leopard version.


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