Apple posts FAQ for the new MobileMe Mail beta

Apple has posted a list of questions you may have regarding the recent MobileMe Mail beta release.

Apple has posted a list of questions you may have regarding the recent MobileMe Mail beta release. Highlights of the article follow the break.

New features
New features in the MobileMe Mail beta include a wide-screen view option, rules to organize your messages, single-click archiving, message formatting toolbar, and improved security and performance.

Languages and browsers
Currently the MobileMe Mail beta is only supported in English and available on Safari 4 for Mac and PC, Firefox 3.6 for Mac and PC, and Internet Explorer 8 for PC.

Reporting Issues
As a beta user you have an opportunity to help Apple create the best user experience by providing feedback to make the product better. To do this, first check Apple's MobileMe Mail Beta Known Issues page to see if the issue has already been reported. If your issue has not been reported, or you have other feedback, click the button in the lower-left corner of the MobileMe window and leave your message. The more detailed your notes are, the better Apple can respond.

Keyboard shortcuts
There are several useful keyboard shortcuts to use with MobileMe Mail beta.

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