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There IS a way to do this. Create a smart mailbox that filters for only the accounts you want and then change notifications in general preferences to notify for only that smart mailbox. Fixed.


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It appears to be a bug and has been reported to Apple. A discussion on the Apple forums mentions this same problem, OS X Yosemite mail stopped showing total inbox message count: This appears to be a bug. It is triggered when you view a smart folder - once you do, the count in the title bar will disappear until you restart mail. I filed this as a ...


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I can see the attached image when I select add Signature: Do you have this? Does it work? I'm using 10.10.x


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Try this, it helped to me, but mail didn't crashed when I was only scrolling through. Mail unexpectedly quits when viewing certain messages Learn how to troubleshoot if Mail unexpectedly quits when viewing a certain message or messages. This can happen if the mail message is malformed or damaged in some way. In certain situations, Mail may unexpectedly ...


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Settings, Notifications, Mail. Change "Show Previews" (all the way at the bottom) to off.


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To modify Mail to use another language than the default system language open Terminal and enter defaults write com.apple.mail AppleLanguages ‘(“preferred_language”, “default_language”)’. In your example: defaults write com.apple.mail AppleLanguages ‘(“en”, “fi”)’ (assuming your default language is finnish)


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The detailed Header view is a Menu bar Icon (you can set it up) that allows you to view headers from Received emails. To set it up right click on the mail menu bar and choose Customize. From the new screen drag the "All Headers" icon to your menu bar. Without some serious hacking, any email you send will also include the extended header information, same ...


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There are few ways to do this. My Preferred way is:: Move all mails and folders you want to keep to "On My Mac" location. Then in Mail app open Preferences--Accounts. Uncheck the "Enable this Account" It is now deactivated, but you still have the copies of the emails in your "On my Mac" location. Sorry, the instructions are for 10.9.5. As you will see ...



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