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You do it right at the point of sending an email, right after you hit send, this screen appears…


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PDF You can easily create a PDF of your calendar and attach that PDF file: Open Calendar.app and go to the right date on your calendar 'File' -> 'Print' (or CommandP) Select your settings and press 'Continue' Press the button in the lower left corner that says 'PDF' Now you can 'Save as PDF' or 'Email PDF' PNG You can also make a quick and dirty ...


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This is easy to sort. Put the iPad in airplane mode and then power it down. Then power it up and don't connect to any networks. Open mail.app and see what the status it. It will warn you, perhaps several times with different wording, that you are offline. Remain offline and then get a read count. You should be able to mark messages as read and then decide ...


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As like in many other places in OS X, items in Spotlight Search are draggable. So You can drag and drop the file You want straight from Spotlight to the mail message.


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As the other answers suggest, you can simply drag and drop into your mail message. However, I found that this is not always the behavior that I want. Sometimes I want to see the file in the context of its own folder, or get additional files around it. Holding down the Command ⌘ key, while double-clicking on the Spotlight result, will open the containing ...


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IMAP and Exchange both keep your email on the server. Adding the account on a new computer will allow you to access your existing email on a new local machine. While you didn't mention POP3 in your question, that would be the email protocol that was designed to store your messages locally. IMAP and Exchange protocols came later.


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Both (gmail and apple) treat attachments differently. If you right click the PDF or Word document you should be able to choose from the menu, show as icon. If you want to permanently show the attachments as icons in Apple Mail, close Apple Mail, open Terminal and issue the following command defaults write com.apple.mail DisableInlineAttachmentViewing ...


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Using Outlook 2011 you can generate a synoptic calendar using print function (listed into File menu) and saving it like a PDF. Now you can share your calendar via email, if you don't want to provide a calendar subscription. Another solution is to link your calendar inside Calendar Mac OS X application, and after this share the calendar or generate a ...


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I also had extremely slow mail using Yosemite until I did this: From the Mail menu, click Preferences > Accounts > Mailbox Behaviors Drafts: Store draft messages on the server > leave unchecked Sent: Store sent messages on the server > leave unchecked Junk: Store junk messages on the server > checked Delete junk messages when > Never Trash: Move ...


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I know this one is a little old -- so here is an update of sorts. I had a hard time getting that answer's shell script to work correctly. I had installed Markdown via brew. On the shell script "Pass input:" set to "as arguments". I had success with this variation on the shell script: /usr/local/bin/markdown <( echo "$1" ) | /usr/bin/textutil -stdin ...


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Theoreticly there's always a certain risk since no system is 100% secure. But given the measures Apple took/takes to make iOS as secure as possible that risk is kept rather low. Currently there is no known security hole regarding what you describe.


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I know this is an old question, but since it was one of the first hits on a google search I thought it could use an answer that worked for me. I had a similar problem to this - I had a duplicate of my iCloud account that I couldn't remove, and I received the same message about having to delete the account in system preferences. Deleting the account from ...


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The font option only lets you select your default font. To select any font, when in the Signature editor, press ⌘T to open the Fonts inspector and choose a font family and typeface.                            


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Tested on a 10.10.3 Yosemite MBP. I assume that you have created the Gmail account in the first place and that an entry exists in the Accounts tab of Preferences in Mail.app. If you have enabled two factor authentication in your Google account then you need to create an App Password at https://security.google.com/settings/security/apppasswords?pli=1. This ...


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With IMAP, it is the device (or clients) responsibility to know which folder to put various messages in as actions are performed on messages. I suspect you have an IMAP misconfiguration. There are 4 special folders: Drafts, Sent, Deleted and Archive. These can be specified for each mailbox on each device that accesses that account. (Settings > Mail, ...



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