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You should be able to reconfigure your password by doing that through System Preferences > Internet Accounts and select your Google account there. If you recently changed your Google password, a Google login popup should appear.


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Here's one approach I found that appeared to work: For each flagged email that won't sync Mark it as "red" flagged in the Flagged folder (it should show in the Flagged folder even though it doesn't have a flag next to it) A red flag appears next to the message Clear the flag on the message The number of messages in the Flagged box should be reduced by ...


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You are most likely not sending the message twice, but are seeing the sent message in mail, and then again from the server. If you uncheck the "store messages on the server" box under mailbox behaviors, you will only be saving the sent messages to mail.


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Did you restart the phone after you deleted the emails? If that doesn't work, try removing that particular email account, rebooting the phone and then re-adding it via Settings App > Mail, Contacts & Calendar


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In Finder go to Applications → Utilities, and run Migration Assistant app. It will help you restore your backed up data including email.


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The Apple Mail app on your iPhone does not allow for the positioning of your signature to be altered. Oddly, the Apple Mail app on your Mac does allow for that. There are alternative email applications on the iPhone which do allow this to be configured. AirMail is one of them. At $5, it's not a free application.


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There should be an Archive mailbox in the sidebar on the right side of Mail. Anything you archive should be there. If you don't see it, close Mail and restart your machine.


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Had the same issue but the drag-n-drop solution didn't work for me. What eventually worked was to get to the signature settings through Outlook -> Preferences (⌘ + ,) and then Signatures. Previously, I was always getting there from the Signatures drop-down inside a New Email window. Copy/pasting in the former resulted in perfect PNG rendering on emails ...


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Whatever opens MAILTO:// links is set from within the Mail.app itself Go to Mail > Preferences > General and the top pop-up menu lets you set any installed application that the OS recognizes as being able to respond to those links as the default email application. There used to be hacks that let a web browser with a webmail client open respond to mailto ...


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It is using postfix. At a high-level, when you execute the mail command, the following is happening: Invoking mail drops your message as a file in the postfix maildrop directory, i.e., /var/spool/postfix/maildrop. This happens because mail calls sendmail which calls postdrop which puts the file in the maildrop. The postfix main daemon, master is ...


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I have fixed it. Went to ~/Library/Mail/V2 opened the plist xml file in textwrangler removed all XML nodes containing the office365 accounts saved the file Went to ~/Library/Mail/V3 deleted the folders related to the office365 accounts opened keychain app searched for office removed all entries related to the office365 accounts added the account at the ...


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What eventually ended up solving the problem was removing my email account from the phone, then re-adding it. The steps to doing this are: Quit Mail (Double-click Home button, swipe up) Open Settings Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars Select your account, then hit Remove / Delete Add it back by going back to Mail, Contacts, Calendars, selecting Add Account, ...


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This is not necessarily meant to be a complete answer and is too much as a comment. Because the Mail AppleScript Dictionary lacks some verbs, e.g. send again, one therefore needs to workaround any shortcomings. The code below could be incorporated into your script. It uses System Events to manipulate menu commands to send composed messages from the ...


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Answering my own question.... I went into iCloud and saw that sometime recently it had added a \r (translating a return??) to each line of my auto reply. Deleted that and all is well.


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The Plugins MailHub and Mail Act-On have such options: MailHub MailHub is a 'smart' plug-in for Apple Mail that revolutionises email management. It learns as you work, suggesting likely filing locations to take the pain out of keeping your mail organized. It also allows you to set reminders on emails, so you can follow-up later. Mail Act-On Mail ...


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You two options to change the mail box location: You can either change the Server Data location to an external volume or a share: Open Server.app. In the left pane choose Server -> server_name -> Settings -> Service Data. Hit the button Change Location and choose another volume. This will copy all service data to a new location. Before migrating the ...


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My hypothesis is that what you observe is happening because you are setting your IMAP account not to have all the message for offline consumption, but only headers. If you had it set to full messages, you would be decreasing your space even more, because the IMAP metadata needs to be kept in a database, apart from the full messages.



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