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Since mobileMe (which handed out the @me.com addresses) was turned off some time ago, all you can now create are @icloud.com emails. If you had an AppleID which predates mobileMe (e.g. a dot Mac account) you would have three aliases: myname@mac.com myname@me.com myname@icloud.com So the short answer is, no it is not possible to create a new @me.com email ...


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Go to Mail -> Preferences -> Accounts -> Accounts Information Tab and click Outgoing Mail Server drop-down menu. Select 'Edit SMTP Server List' Click Advanced tab and in the Authentication field select 'Password'. Enter your new password in the according field. Hope this help.


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I am looking for this also. This answer claims: "AppleScript doesn't offer any means of getting a list of replies to a message. My workaround is to get the message id of the message being replied to and search it in the sent messages." TimeToReply.com also provides a similar service, but they have locked out new users pending product updates (unfortunately, ...


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There must be two files main.cf.default and master.cf.default which you can use to overwrite the messed up ones, thus resetting them to the distribution default values. cp /etc/postfix/main.cf.default /etc/postfix/main.cf cp /etc/postfix/master.cf.default /etc/postfix/master.cf If you can't find the default ones, you may try to copy them from another ...


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I would say go to Mail -> Preferences -> Gmail -> Advanced. There is a box labeled "Automatically detect and maintain account settings". Uncheck it. You should now be able to edit the respective fields (including password.) However, this seems to be greyed out for me as well, so I'm not sure. I'm not sure if this will work, but try it. Go to Mail -> ...



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