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Press and hold anywhere on the text area. A contextual menu will appear. If there is no text on the message, the option to the right will say "Insert Photo or Video". If there is text, the options will be "Select", "Select all", "Paste" and an arrow. Clicking the arrow will show "Insert Photo or Video" Click on it and select the Photo or Video you ...


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Yes, you can send a text message to your friend using your Amazon Fire, to their iPad, but only if they have an iPhone as well. If they do, then your message will either go SMS (Short Message Service), which is basically what you know as a text message, or MMS (Multimedia Message Service), which is what gets sent when you send a photo to a friend with a ...


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I had some difficulty using the CMD + I method from Safari however you can also: Open your html file in safari CMD + A (select all) CMD + C (copy) Compose a new message in the Mail app CMD + V (paste) in the body of the new message


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Make sure that the option "Play sounds for other mail actions" is checked in Mail preferences under the General tab. When activated, you should hear the "swoosh" sound when sending an email.


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On your Apple ID, there are three places where you can have an email set under Name, ID, and Email Addresses. 1.Apple ID and Primary Email Account - This is the email account that is associated with the user name of your AppleID. It is the email account that you enter when you log into your account or when you try to buy something on the iTunes store. ...


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The easiest (albeit slightly lengthy) way to do this is to create a custom service, like so: Create a new Automator Service. Have it take no input in Mail and put the following code into a "Run JavaScript" action: mail = Application('Mail') mail.includeStandardAdditions = true for (i in mail.selection()) { mail.selection()[i].delete() } Save the ...


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If you're comfortable using Unix tools, a few applications spring to mind: OfflineIMAP imapsync Mailsync imapsync isn't open source but the others are. You may also find this Ask Different thread useful.


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May be relevant: An interface error appears to have crept into 10.10.4 The small dot on the Preview pane used to stop at top when dragged up. Now it disappears under top of split window. Solution?: carefully drag split window down from top again!...thought all my mail had gone!


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Buscar has the gist correct, though I would add a step: backup your ~/Library/Mail folder (OPTION-Drag it to the desktop) then delete the account. One that is done add it back. If your old mail has vanished when the new account has been established just import the backed up mailboxes sitting on the Desktop.


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Open Help in Mail and search for can't send or can't receive. Walk through the steps to troubleshoot this. Last resort - open Window > Connection Doctor and dig into the specific error messages for each non green light account.


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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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I use Gmail for Work along with Mac Mail and how I got around this was by opening: Preferences > Accounts Then in the Email Address field I put a comma after the address that was there and then added the other address I wanted to be able to reply from. For me I added 4 different ones just by separating with a space and comma like this: me@gmail.com, ...


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The only solution is to call Apple Support. Just go to the Apple ID support page and enter the information as it affects you. (I think going to "Apple ID" -> "Disabled Apple ID" would suit you best). I recommend calling telephone support, but you can also email them like suggested. Either way, it would be best to have a device connected to that ID.


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Yes, there's no problem in sending emails like that from OS X. First, you'll need to configure postfix to relay emails. Once you've done that, you'll need to create the script that sends the email. I'm not sure what method you're using to send email on the Linux system, but something very similar should work on OS X, for example, using mailx. Assuming ...



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