Why isn't my email within the normal MobileMe email viewer?
There are two ways to open an email in the MobileMe (me.com) web-based email client. The first is very similar to the iPad. The email is shown alongside a vertical inbox list and can be dragged between folders from there. The second is the 'full view', shown when a user double-clicks an email to read it with a little more room.
Both views render identically, so Litmus chose to show the first view in the 'Inbox Capture' and the second in the 'Full Capture'. We thought this would offer the best of both worlds, the full view to show the limitations of the me.com rendering and the inbox view to cater for width-related issues.
How important is it that my email renders correctly in MobileMe?
Based on our aggregated Email Analytics data, Mobile Me (me.com) represents 0.08% of global email client market share.
Because Mobile Me is a web-based email client, your email could be read using a variety of different web browsers. After examining our Email Analytics statistics, we know that 37.5% of Mobile Me users are using Safari (which makes sense, given how Apple promote Mobile Me to Mac OS X users, where the default browser is Safari) to read their email. The next most popular browser was Firefox, used by 37% of Mobile Me users.
Below you'll find the Mobile Me market share data we collected across over 650 million email opens using Litmus Email Analytics. Please remember that the Mobile Me market share for your own mailing lists is very likely to differ from these averages.
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