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I just had a user with a similar problem in Yosemite. She could read the original message, but once she moved into a new folder on the IMAP email server, she couldn't see anything other than the header info. Turns out the folder had a semi-colon in its name. Once I changed it to a dash, all the messages appeared correctly.


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From the Apple Watch user box (https://manuals.info.apple.com/MANUALS/1000/MA1708/en_US/apple_watch_user_guide.pdf): "Choose which mailbox appears on Apple Watch. Open the Apple Watch app on iPhone, tap My Watch, then go to Mail > Include Mail. You can specify only one mailbox, although if you don’t choose a mailbox, you’ll see content from all inboxes."


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The best idea is to pay for (or set up) server side junk mail filtering. That allows all the clients to only spend time downloading non-junk. Have a look at Mail Route (10 percent off link from the podcast where I heard about it sponsoring most recently) - http://mailroute.net/thetalkshow.html You probably will spend more on the service than the cost to ...


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The sender is using the proprietary email client Microsoft Outlook. The entire message is sent in a proprietary format to preserve Rich Text Formatting, according to Microsoft. A Google search for Winmail.dat will reveal several work arounds to deal with these kinds of files. The simplest, but most annoying, is to ask the sender to resend the email in ...


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The automatic domain selection in Mail based on the address is not possible but.... There is a setting in Mail, send from the account of the selected mail box. Means, if you create or reply to emails while in the Mailbox of the University it will use that account. However, if you create reply from your other account it will use that one. So all you ...


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The two best tools for shifting email from one server to another would have to be imapsync and offlineimap. Of these offlineimap probably has the best instructions and assistance. You could either transfer the emails directly or, with a little setup, download them to your Mac and then back up to the new server.


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Your setup isn't clear: if these are home servers, isn't there a router routing all mail requests to one of your servers? Still, to (partially) provide an answer to your question, in your situation, you shouldn't worry about losing email: according to RFC 2821, section 4.5.4.1 about Sending Strategy: Retries continue until the message is transmitted ...


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IOS 8.x does not prompt for resolution options when using the front facing camera, only the rear facing camera. The front facing camera will usually max out resolution with a file size in KB.


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OK. I think I've got this figured out. First, you need to have access to a gmail account. Great if the original email is already address to one. Otherwise you'll need to forward to a gmail address (or an account that's accessible via Gmail). Next, open Gmail in a browser on your iOS device. I used Chrome, but that may not matter. Go to gmail.google.com and ...


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I was able to option click the message, this selects it without opening it, then you can just delete it from the option-click-menu that will appear. Worked like a charm after trying 10 different hacks that didn't work (including the one above).


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Try going into the Mailbox menu and clicking "Rebuild". This will rebuild your mailbox and hopefully fix the problem. Note: This process may take some time depending on the number of messages in your mailbox


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Quickest way to get the old view back is enable Classic Layout, prefs > viewing...



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