Mail lets you manage all your email accounts from a single app. It works with most popular email services, such as iCloud, Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and AOL Mail.
One-stop email. Tired of signing in to multiple websites to check your email accounts? Set up Mail with all your accounts so you can see all your messages in one place. Choose Mail > Add Account.
Ask Siri. Say something like: “Any new mail from Laura today?”
Find the right message. Type in the search field to see suggestions for messages that best match your query.
Focus on what’s important. See only the messages you want to see in your inbox. You can block messages from specific senders by moving their messages directly to the Trash, mute overly active email threads, and unsubscribe from mailing lists directly in Mail.
Add events and contacts right from Mail. When you receive a message that includes a new email address or event, just click Add to add it to Contacts or Calendar. Force click an address to see a preview of the location, which you can open in Maps.
Personalize any message. Add emoji or photos with just a click. Select photos from your photo library or take them on iPhone or iPad. You can also add a sketch you’ve drawn on your iPhone or iPad. To learn more about inserting photos and sketches from other devices, see Continuity Camera on your Mac and Continuity Sketch and Continuity Markup on your Mac.
View in full screen. When you’re using Mail in full screen, windows for new messages automatically open in Split View on the right, so it’s easy to reference another message in your inbox as you write. See the Apple Support article Use two Mac apps side by side in Split View.
Never miss an email. Check the Mail icon in the Dock to see the number of unread messages. When you get a new email, a notification also appears at the top-right of the screen so you can quickly preview incoming messages. (Don’t want notifications? To turn them off, open System Preferences, then click Notifications.)
Learn more. See the Mail User Guide.