Change settings in Mail on Mac
Use Mail settings to change options for the email accounts you use in Mail, and for working with messages and mailboxes.
In the Mail app on your Mac, choose Mail > Settings, then click a settings pane:
General: Change settings that range from how often Mail should check for messages to the kinds of messages to include when you search in Mail.
Accounts: Add, delete, and disable your email accounts in Mail. Use the Mailbox Behaviors pane to change where draft, sent, junk, deleted, and archived messages are stored. Use the Server Settings pane to change options for the incoming and outgoing mail servers.
Junk Mail: Enable the junk mail filter, change settings to improve the filter, and manage blocked senders.
Fonts & Colors: Select the fonts and font sizes used to display messages.
Viewing: Change settings to control how messages are shown in the Message viewer.
Composing: Change settings for composing, addressing, and responding to messages.
Signatures: Create signatures that can be automatically appended to the messages you send.
Rules: Create rules to do things like have messages from a certain person automatically moved to a mailbox, or highlight messages about a birthday party.
Extensions: Manage extensions that you use in Mail.
Privacy: Use Mail Privacy Protection.
To learn about the options in a pane, click the Help button at the bottom-right corner of the settings window.