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Thunderbird stands out because it gives you access to dozens of community-developed extensions. Is there a feature you wish your program had? Go to the Add-Ons tab, search, and most of the time, there it is. Here are some examples of features offered by Thunderbird add-ons: Display the sender's User Agent to see if he is also on a Mac or on Outlook :) ...


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AirMail, PostBox, Thunderbird, Mailbox(Beta), MailMate, Mail Pilot, UniBox, Inky. I personally like AirMail a lot and it is very cheap. But you are free to use any of those. There are actually quite a lot Mail-Clients out there.


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It looks like your ISP has a firewall preventing you from sending emails from your server. To overcome that you need to create a an SMTP mail relay if your Internet service provider puts you behind a firewall that prevents you from sending e-mail directly from your server. See OS X server instructions how to do that.


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It is possible. You have to go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and delete the profile from mail. This will delete the account from your device only, it will not delete your stuff stored in iCloud itself.


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As far as I know, the only way to guarantee the encoding is to make sure every message includes an Unicode dingbat (e.g. in the sig). This will ensure that the message goes out as UTF-8. Dingbats are in the Unicode 2700 range, e.g. ✈ . You need to add this from the Character Viewer, not by just changing to a "dingbat" font, which may not be Unicode.


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It is possible to search by the Reply-To filed. In the email go to the reply-To filed hover over it till it becomes highlighted. There is small down arrow next to it. Click on it and new window opens allowing you to search by that Replay to field. Here is what it looks like on my MBA.


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The X-Mailer header is used to identify the client application that is sending the message. If there is a number in this header it should be the version number of the client mail application. It is not unique to your iPad, all emails sent from the same device model with the same version of the Mail app will have the same number.


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As of April 2014, there are no third-party OS X applications or plug-ins that support Exchange ActiveSync. There aren't any solutions to view your Hotmail calendar and contacts in an OS X desktop application.


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No, this doesn't work for iCloud email addresses. Just tried it and the email failed to deliver — the email must be exactly correct.


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I can see two options: First is to save the file and simply use the open command like is it shown at the link below. I tried it and it works well enough. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13651533/create-an-applescript-or-shell-script-to-unzip-and-rename-files Alternatively, you can use a do shell script command to use the unzip command line tool to do ...


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There are few ways to do this. The From field could be preselected in the mail preferences, using the dropdown and select From that would be ALWAYS used from now on. I still have it as choice since i use multiple emails and want to choose the From. Next is the multitude of From's, way more then actual email accounts. Called the smtp servers list That ...


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Go to Settings → Mail, Contacts & Calendars, then go to your email settings and erase your password. Enter a fake password and save it. Ignore the warnings and push done. You will be signed out until you go back and enter the correct password.


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In case the system fonts got modified somehow I recommend to reset them. To do this open the app called Font-book and under the File tab click on the "Restore standard Fonts". That should fix your problem.


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This is certainly possible with AppleScript. Here are some resources and snippets to help you craft your ideal script. The final AppleScript combines the content of any selected e-mails and prepares an outgoing e-mail ready for sending. You can embed this AppleScript within an Automator workflow, or save it as an application for double-clicking. Getting ...


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The location you set your default email reader is in Mail.app: Mail > Preferences > General That will let you pick a different program than Outlook, but doesn't have a none option.


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You can exactly specify the certificate to be used for sining outgoing emails by following these steps: Open your keychain. Then right click on the list of certificates and pick the first item on the context menu (I don't know how that is labeled in english but something like new identity setting): Then type in your email address and select the ...


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This might help in your case: Select the email message you want to send as an attachment. Click on File then Save As and select the format Raw Message Source Open a new email message and add the raw source file as an attachment (either copy and paste or insert).



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