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In my email program at work (FirstClass) there is a feature

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In my email program at work (FirstClass) there is a feature called "history".
It tells you when your email was sent, delivered, read, archived, etc.

Does Mac MAIL program have such a feature, and if so what is it called and how do I access it?

Thank you!
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Bob Cook replied 7 years ago.
No Mac Mail does not keep a history file. Most people who use Mail that need that kind of record keeping just don't delete any messages. You can set up as many folders as you want and move messages to folders to keep track of them.
I personally throw everything away except sent mail. That gives me a record of messages that were important enough to respond to.
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