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September 13, 2016: "Airmail 3: The e-mail app Apple should have made"
<b>Khürt Williams</b> at PMUG's February 2016 meeting (left,) and <b>Chris Boraski</b> at PMUG's September 2014 meeting (right.)</b> at the September 2014 PMUG meeting — Photos by Michael Blank
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Khürt Williams and Chris Boraski will demonstrate the core features of Airmail, a powerful mail client for Mac, and the latest generation of iOS devices — which includes the iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch.

Airmail offers fast document previewing, and native integration with other apps and services for a frictionless workflow. The program supports popular mail services such as Gmail, Google Apps, Microsoft Exchange, IMAP (iCloud, Yahoo, etc) and POP3.

The program also integrates with cloud-based services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, Box, Wanderlust, Google Tasks, Pocket, Omnifocus, Fantastical, Todoist, Clear, Evernote, Drafts 4, Editorial, Things, and more via iOS extensions.

So join us for the September meeting, and you'll understand why Khürt and Chris dub Airmail, "the e-mail app Apple should have made."

About the presenters...

Khürt L. Williams, PMUG's Vice President, is a husband, father, information security professional, avid photographer and *NIX geek. He is the principal of Monkey Hill, LLC an information security risk management consulting firm.

Chris Boraski is a technical leader, communicator, coder and entrepreneur specializing in mobile app & Web design and development. Chris is currently the Sr. iOS Development Lead at mobile startup Kiswe Mobile. Chris is also the Co-Founder / Co-Organizer of Princeton Tech Meetup, and a past President of Princeton Toastmasters.


Also at the Monthly Meeting:
The "PMUG Answers" Discussion Group
6:30 to 7:15 p.m., Stuart Hall at Princeton Theological Seminary, room 6 (second floor)

This discussion group begins before the regular meeting in the same room. Ask questions that you may feel take up too much time, are embarrassed to ask, or can't be articulated well during the main meeting. PMUG Answers is led by Jeff Gorman of Creative Computing.

NOTE: The Beginners and Intermediate Special Interest Groups have been combined into one session: PMUG Answers.

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Upcoming Meetings:
Past Meetings:
  • July and August, 2016: No Meetings July & August PMUG is on Summer vacation
  • June 14, 2016: Members' Night
    Members shared their areas of expertise with the group in short 15-20 minute presentations:
    • "My favorite Mac tips, tricks and timesavers" with Maria Arguello, PMUG Ambassador.
    • "More Photo Stuff (missed from last meeting)" with Bill Achuff.
    • Yoink (makes file drag-and-drop between Spaces or full-screen apps easier) with Khürt Williams, PMUG Vice President and Publicity Coordinator.
    • SeaMonkey (Web browser with IRC chat, HTML editing, and more) and/or Paragon NTFS (full read and write access to Windows NTFS file system partitions) with Ben Britt, PMUG President.
  • May 10, 2016: Tips & Tricks To Make Your Images "Pop"
    Bill Achuff reviewed some of the applications he uses to process the majority of his photos, including some that are free and many that are inexpensive and relatively easy to use.
  • April 12, 2016: 2Reimagine: Princeton Public Library's New Second Floor
    Janet Hauge and Erica Bess from the Princeton Public Library previewed the building's second floor renovation, which includes a fully-equipped technology instruction area, a collaborative resource hub, and new ways to discover the library's collections.
  • March 8, 2016: iPad Tips and Tricks
    Caitlin Trought showed iPad tips and tricks for iOS9.
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