Someone was asking me the other day if FastMail worked well with their
Apple Macintosh. Of course!
Here are some of the many reasons a FastMail account is the ideal
companion to Mac OS X.
- The built-in Mail.app application supports IMAP quite well. In
addition, starting in 10.5.6, Apple Mail will automatically test
multiple outgoing SMTP ports (25, 465, 587). This can resolve many
email troubleshooting headaches.
- Apple's iWeb application has an option to use any FTP site to
publish your new website. Why not use FastMail's file storage area?
It is accessible by using ftp.messagingengine.com and your
credentials. Set this up for each site in iWeb and you can save
your site directly to FastMail.
- It is easy to import your addresses into FastMail. Using the
built-in Address Book application, it is simple to export your All
group to a group vCard file. Then, simply login to the FastMail
website, click Address Book, and click the Import / Export
button. Simply point to the vCard file you created and you are
- Online Data Storage. Take advantage of the File Storage area at
FastMail. FastMail supports WebDAV. In Finder, click on the
Go -> Connect To Server... menu. The server name would be
https://dav.messagingengine.com/myuserid.fastmail.fm/ Great for
keeping critical files always accessible!
- iPhone Support. The iPhone should automatically synchronize your
account information so you can use the Mail application built-into
the iPhone (or iPod Touch). Any changes you make using your iPhone
are reflected at the server as well.
Of course, FastMail is the ideal email provider for users of any
platform (Windows, Mac, Linux). All platforms can take advantage of