In Pictures: OS X Mountain Lion arrives - the top 25 features

Apple's latest OS X version amps up the iOS integration, but offers much more for business and personal use

Search your messages, not just your mailboxes

It seems obvious in retrospect: Mail has long let you search your mailboxes for text, names, and so on. But finding the relevant message is just the first step: Where is the text in the message itself?

OS X Mountain Lion lets you search the open message using the keyboard shortcut Command-F -- separately from using Mail's standard Search box to search your mailboxes. In other words, it now works the same way that Safari handles such inline searches.

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