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I found a fix, Use this extension for Mac Mail: http://universalmailer.github.io/UniversalMailer/download.html It is available under the MIT license, you have to pay for the ad free version, but there are these other benefits to using it.


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You could use a Mail Rule to redirect them to a specific folder, that will stop the notification, if your prefs are set accordingly. This is an example from my gateway notifications, which I don't need dinging & notifying every hour... Stop evaluating as the last step if you want no further action, otherwise the next rules will be applied, down the ...


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allEmails is a list that contains several lists, each sublist contains emails of a contact. email is an object, you need to get the value of this object. So, you need a loop for each list, and another loop for each value. tell application "Contacts" set myList to value of emails of people end tell repeat with aList in myList repeat with anEmail in ...


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On iOS or Mac OS X, use the OS's "Mail" app and enable notifications for it in your settings. On Android, mail should show up automatically. On Windows, there is no Notification Center. It would help if you specified what device/OS you were talking about, and the version of it.


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I assume you are talking about a Mac with OS X? To make the Notifications stay till you dismiss them for emails received in Mail.app: Open the system preferences + Notification. Click on Mail. Choose the "Alerts" (not the Banners). It will stay displayed till you click Close. After that it is no longer in the Notification center. This is not the same ...


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In order for Chrome(gmail) mail notifications to stick in the OS X notification UI you will need to associate your mail account with the Mail.app. The gmail notification that are showing up in the upper right are dependent on the chrome browser and not leveraging apples os. Once you tie your gmail to the Mail.app, turn on notifications for the mail app ...


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This is what I do: Write the first paragraph. Write part of the the second paragraph. Go back to the end of the first paragraph and press return or enter a couple of times. Paste whatever will change the text style into the space you've just created. Not very elegant but it does the job.


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First off, congratulations on upgrading to a Mac, I'm a Windows "switcher", too, and will never go back. Secondly, as far as reinstalling a fresh copy of OS X (pronounced oh-es-ten NOT oh-es-ex) you will want to turn your MacBook off, then turn it back on, but while holding the Option key. Release it when you see two icons of hard drives, whatever you named ...


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Go to Preferences-> Viewing then select Use Classic Layout. It was far easier to hide the viewing panel in this layout. Then I was simply able to delete the message as it didn't display when selected.


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As forcer obliquely mentioned SMTP is for sending mail. And one of the most popular programs to do that is called "Sendmail." Not that you need to know that, but hey... Anyway to be able to send and receive email you need both an SMTP server and an incoming mail server that speaks either POP or IMAP. I won't go into Exchange here as it is Microsoft's own ...


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Stars on Gmail are flags on Mail app. You can go ahead and remove the flags if you wish; the Flagged folder is a smart folder and removing the flags or stars will empty it. Or you can just leave them there, it depends on what you used Stars for. I wouldn't delete them though; while usually items in folders are just tags in Gmail, I'm not sure if deleting ...


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The from email address can be anything, so that means this can be anyone. To tell if it is really them: View the full header of the email. Open Mail, open the email, press Cmnd+Shift+H to view the header, look where it came from, obviously you wanna look for apple.com, anything else is most likely fake. Here is part of an example of a legitimate Apple ...



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