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Mail (menu) > Preferences... > Accounts > select the target account and under Account Information in the Full Name: field put the email address not the full name.


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App store receipts are multipart mails, first part is text/plain, second is text/html. So in theory forwarding them should work just fine, in practice I see the same behavior you are seeing. So either forward them directly (not as attachment) or print a PDF first (which might be kind of hassle depending on how often you need to do it).


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After logging in to iCloud.com, click Mail, and then at the bottom-left of the screen click on the Settings (gear) icon. Click Preferences... in the pop-up menu. In the pop-up window, click Accounts then change Full Name to how you'd like your name to appear. This will change the name that appears on emails you send through the iCloud.com website and the ...


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Mail (menu) > Preferences... > Accounts > select the target account and under Account Information in the Full Name: field put the email address not the full name.


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Try this. Quit Mail, then go to your home folder's Library folder (*) and move the folder com.apple.mail from the Containers folder to your desktop. Start Mail up and see what what happens - hopefully it will start behaving again. If it does, trash the folder you moved to the desktop. We've had several instances of odd Mail behaviour and trashing the Mail ...


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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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Unfortunately, according to this article Office 2016 only supports Exchange 2010 SP2 or higher: http://machow2.com/review-office-2016-mac-beta/


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To search the PDF contents embedded in an email using grep you are facing at least one if not two challenges. The first is that files embedded in an email are not preserved in their raw form and instead are encoded into plain text for transmission in the email message. The MIME format commonly used is Base64 but it's not always the case. You can find more ...



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