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Where is your new email service? Perhaps you can configure it to check your AOL mailbox and pull it down. This would happen automatically on their servers and wouldn't require a script on your side. For example, if your new email service was with Gmail, go into the Settings>Accounts tab and add your AOL account to the "Check mail from other accounts" ...


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Apparently, there's something wrong with the iPhone 6, its configuration is not fully compatible with Exchange settings.


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Basically you need to start off with reading the XLS file with AppleScript (and then tell "Mail" for each address you find). As a starter you can consult How to read excel data in background using applescript Introduction to Scripting Microsoft Excel Using AppleScript with Excel for Mac and work your way up from there.


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The simplest and quickest way to do this in other languages would just be to drop each of your columns from excel into a list (array) and then have the whole thing in a loop and it will create the email fill the information and then send the email then loop back to the beginning and start again with values from each of the arrays at [1] and so on from there ...


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I don't know exactly what happened, but the box comes and goes. I set the Archive box in the favorite toolbar so that I can bring it up when it's not showing itself.


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If I got it right, you are having troubles with ONE certain e-mail address. Just searching for possible reason - have you tried to 'Add to Address Book' and then assign some different name/last name? Just for test? Will mail recognize it then? Then, did you check if Address Book actually keeps this particular contact in the account which you set as default ...


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I assume you deleted the gmail account in Mail.app. Then you recreated it using Mail.app (+) to add new account. I assume you entered the correct IMAP info: Incoming mail imap.gmail.com Outgoing mail smtp.gmail.com You also did the "Enable this Account" in the Mail Preferences Accounts window. You also have the Port: 993 and Use SSL. You do not have ...


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I'm not sure if there is a hard limit in Mail for the number of recipients in any of the particular fields. The larger obstacle may be your mail service blocking the message because of the number of recipients: their spam filters tend to flag messages as spam when the number of recipients goes over a certain number. What you can try - and I have had this ...


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Try forcing an index rebuild… Quit Mail if it's running. Go to ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData Delete all files that begin "Envelope Index" (drag to desktop for safety) Launch Mail. It will start to rebuild. This may take a long time. Once you are satisfied that it worked, you can delete the desktop copies of the indexes. This would normally be the first ...


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I've seen this once before and was able to fix it by deleting the index rather than changing the perms. I didn't (and still don't) really understand what I did to get into the situation, nor what it did by deleting the files, but I got away with it. Disclaimer: I use mac mail as an IMAP client so blowing away files willy-nilly isn't overly dangerous for ...


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There IS a way to do this. Create a smart mailbox that filters for only the accounts you want and then change notifications in general preferences to notify for only that smart mailbox. Fixed.


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Apple Mail, since at least 10.4, has never provided a way to set a default font or color that will be seen by recipients. The preferences settings are for local viewing only. Many have asked for this to be changed, but they clearly do not care. You have to use another email client or one of the addons which have been created to compensate for this (whose ...


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D'oh! Finally figured it out, and it's all my fault. Setting visible:true is the key. The problem was that I was always editing the original scripts in my ~/Library/Scripts/ folder, but testing them by using the hot key I set up to trigger...duh...the Automated workflow files in ~/Library/Services, which I had not updated. Posting an answer in case someone ...


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On a Mac, in the reply message, notice that the From: line has the down-pointing triangle that indicates that it's a menu. Clicking on it reveals a menu of all the email addresses you have configured. Select the one you want. The response will be sent through the SMTP server you have associated with the account corresponding to that email address. On the ...


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That depends on the web site you are on and they email services. In most cases it is not possible to use it as regular email account. You receive emails true they service and then you can replay, but not initiate new email since you do not own the email server.


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There are few ways to do this. My Preferred way is:: Move all mails and folders you want to keep to "On My Mac" location. Then in Mail app open Preferences--Accounts. Uncheck the "Enable this Account" It is now deactivated, but you still have the copies of the emails in your "On my Mac" location. Sorry, the instructions are for 10.9.5. As you will see ...


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If you go into the Photo app you can select and copy as many images as you want, can't you? Have you tried copying and pasting into the standard email app?


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It appears to be a bug and has been reported to Apple. A discussion on the Apple forums mentions this same problem, OS X Yosemite mail stopped showing total inbox message count: This appears to be a bug. It is triggered when you view a smart folder - once you do, the count in the title bar will disappear until you restart mail. I filed this as a ...


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This is pretty easy in the version I'm using (14.4.6). Simply select a message and hit the Move button. Move the message to whichever folder you desire. This will create a menu item for moving to that folder in the dropdown. Open up Keyboard Preferences and select App Shortcuts. Add a new shortcut for Microsoft Outlook. Title it 'Archive Folder Name (Name ...


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I assume you are talking about same email with multiple messages (emails) in it. In order to print specific email embedded in that email chain: Select the single message window: It will have a highlighted border. The other emails will be separated with page separator. It looks like this (sorry I had to black out my personal info), but you can see 3 ...


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The detailed Header view is a Menu bar Icon (you can set it up) that allows you to view headers from Received emails. To set it up right click on the mail menu bar and choose Customize. From the new screen drag the "All Headers" icon to your menu bar. Without some serious hacking, any email you send will also include the extended header information, same ...


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Even if this is not the perfect solution, it maybe helps in your case. I hope you don't mind writing some html code. You can create a simple custom email template and apply it to your email after sharing the link from within Safari. Step 1: Prepare your template Open Mail.app and create a new email. Go to the File menu and choose 'Save as Stationery ...' ...


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To modify Mail to use another language than the default system language open Terminal and enter defaults write com.apple.mail AppleLanguages ‘(“preferred_language”, “default_language”)’. In your example: defaults write com.apple.mail AppleLanguages ‘(“en”, “fi”)’ (assuming your default language is finnish)


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Unfortunately, this isn’t possible with the stock email client on iOS.


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Settings, Notifications, Mail. Change "Show Previews" (all the way at the bottom) to off.


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I can see the attached image when I select add Signature: Do you have this? Does it work? I'm using 10.10.x


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Well, I seem to have fixed it myself. In ~/Library/Containers, I renamed the folder com.apple.Notes. When I next opened Notes.app, it reconfigured itself, asked for access to some keychain items, and now it can communicate with my IMAP account. Furthermore, the next time I went to Mail, Contacts, & Calendars in System Preferences, the list wasn't ...


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yep, Yosemite is the biggest release ever. For sure the biggest bug release. Problem is caused by AirDrop which is so agressive that it causes network collisions all over. To shut it down and boost web & email type this in terminal: sudo ifconfig awdl0 down


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It looks like you've manually set up your email account instead of using the wizard... you should be using IMap instead of POP with a Yahoo account. delete the account and re-add it using the wizard.


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No, but Mailbox for Mac does. it's free, but you need a Dropbox account to use. http://www.mailboxapp.com/download/mac/ Don't forget to open Mail.app and go into settings and change the default email reader from Mail.app to Mailbox.app.


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Mail.app and Contacts.app have no access to the "Others" group from gmail... however, if you compose all your gmail account messages in Mail.app on iOS or OS X instead of the gmail web client, they will autofill any addresses you have previously sent to.


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Notes accounts are usually associated with email accounts like iCloud, gmail, yahoo etc. if you have an iCloud/iTunes account, log in to it under System Preferences-->Internet Accounts Click the checkbox next to notes. Open Notes, then drag your old notes into the iCloud account on the left.


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I tried it before and receive it within minutes. Make sure she checks her email spam filters.


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Calendars 5 by Readdle is the only app I know that does this, but lately the app has been crashing a lot so I can't really recommend it. Now that I use Things for reminders I'm going to try switching away from email reminders and just scheduling items in Things instead.


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This worked for me: Open Calendar on your Mac. In the left column list of calendars, right click (or command-I) on the calendar in question and "Get Info" Check the box labeled "Ignore alerts" Hit "OK"


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Uncheck (Mail->Preferences->Viewing) 'Use classic layout'.



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