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Definitive answer on this is now at Apple's KB as of 15 Jan 2015 Extract: If you created an iCloud account on or after September 19, 2012, your email address ends with @icloud.com. Learn more about @icloud.com mail addresses. If you created an iCloud account before September 19, 2012, or moved to iCloud with an active MobileMe account before August ...


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Mail.app > Preferences > Viewing > uncheck "Load remote content in messages" You will then have this banner at the top of each message that contains remote content (just in case you do want to see the images): Aside: I still see the occasional image in a message when looking through my spam folder. As best I can tell when I "view raw source" the ...


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According to the Mailbox website: On the desktop, contacts are currently populated from emails that are synced with Mailbox. We don't have a way to import your contacts from your email accounts at this time. We're planning multiple contact improvements down the road, including full contact integration in the future. On a side note, you know about ...


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You can add a Key Command to any app [or all apps] from System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts I don't have Airmail, but using Safari as an example Hit the + button, select which app, type the menu name & your chosen key combo For an app you don't want the original key combo to work for, replace it with something difficult to hit, or ...


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If you have the exported your e-mails (*.eml files) into a folder structure, then just select the outer folder as the import folder. The test import I just did is like below: Select "Apple Mail" as the "Import data from": Select the outer (root) folder of the e-mails to import: Confirm the selection: The imported .eml e-mails is now in an ...


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Since you state Mail.app is already in the Applications folder, follow these additional steps: Download Safari 5.1.7 for Snow Leopard Reinstall the Mac OS X Update v10.6.8 Combo v1.1 Reinstall Safari 5.1.7 for Snow Leopard Reinstall Security Update 2012-004


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The Delay is due to postfix doing a reverse lookup on the client IP and doing another lookup on that result to see if they get back to the IP. if you are using a consumer connection to the internet most likely the first test will pass. but the second test will cause the problem. you can verify this on the server itself. nslookup <your client IP> ...


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Karabiner This will do exactly what you're looking for, I think this is the setting you're looking for too.


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I had the same problem a couple of times. I fixed it by using Thunderbird. Thunderbird didn't have the problems to display the last incoming email, so I could read it, delete it, and then open Mail again. Honestly, it makes me wonder if I should come back to Mail at all.


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check this link - gmail changed their authentication method without notice, so you have to make this change. You will get a confirmation email from gmail that seems scary - but it isn't. You haven't just opened your email to the world as they try to scare you to believe. Unfortunately, as usual, they don't work in concert with major software developers ...


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You cannot. You need the Mail app running. Unlike Calendar events, checking for emails is not something that can run locally. A client application need to connect with your mail server and retrieve your e-mails. Sure there could be some background process that does that without the need of the Mail app, but it would not make much sense; in the end you ...



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