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In short, you can't accomplish what you're trying to do. In order to send/reply from a given address, you have to have that account set up and active in Mail. Without the account being active, the address you wish to use is not available. And setting up an SMTP server entry for the other account(s) will not bypass the primary issue since you would only be ...


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Create a contact with your name in Contacts app and add your email to that contact. Seems like you have such a contact but with name Holidays in Italy instead of yours. In case you have that email in your Mail app, then make sure you have the desired name in the "Full Name" field of the account. One way to do that is via "System Preferences" -> "Internet ...


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When you search for an email address in the OSX Mail search bar, if you select the address from the dropdown, the mail app will automatically add the option From: in front of the email address in the search bar. Thus, the mail messages that show up in the left mail list will change so that only emails from the selected email address are displayed. If you do ...


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Often issues like this can be corrected by deleting the email account: settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> [EMAIL ACCOUNT] then scroll down and delete the account. Then just re-add it. That usually works for me.


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Found the answer! Mail Preferences -> General -> New Message Notifications. The default is inbox only. Use the dropdown menu to change it to all mailboxes.


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Airmail 2 is definitely the way to go. Mac|Life has reviewed it several times. It has gotten an excellent every time.


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Do you need to use Copy & Paste with PGP/GPG mail? No, that is not required. For iPGMail: Click the encrypted attachment to open it - you see the encrypted text. Click on the transfer button (at top right). Open in iPGMail. Enter your pgp password and see the unencrypted message. Do any of the tools integrate like GPGTools on OS X? This is ...


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Lets assume your email provider is gmail. If that person is marked as Junk Mail in gmail, it will be forwarded as such to your Apple Mail. To fix it go to your gmail (web site) and fix it there.


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Depending on what OS Version etc you are using this could vary. For Yosemite, and I'm sure Mavericks, go to the Junk Mail folder and click on the Email in reference, you can either right click and 'Mark' > 'As Not Junk Mail' or simply click on the 'Not Junk' button in the email header. This won't move it, but the next email you receive from that address will ...


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I suggest you to go to Mail.app → View → Message → All Headers and analyze that headers. If appears any server not related to iCloud, then copy the content of Mail.app → View → Message → Raw Source window and report in spamcop.net.


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Look at the mailboxes Click on VIP mailbox (it will show the VIP senders) Control-Click on each VIP sender's star and remove it When last sender is removed the mailbox disappears


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I take it the core of your question is how to securely delete an email which you received via an IMAP email account, and read using your local Mac OS X ''Mail'' application. You ask other interesting questions along the way, to which I'll give only brief answers. First, it's important to understand the IMAP account, and how it affects deleting messages. ...


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Open Mail, then open Time Machine. Providing the backup disk is available, Time Machine will open and allow you to find deleted emails available for restoration.


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It's hard to say what the problem might be. But the first thing I would try is to delete the account from Mail and then create it again. Since it's all IMAP anyway, you won't lose anything except the local copies. When it is recreated, it will have to download everything again but it should at least be a clean copy. If you are still having crashes after ...


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Apple's official instructions for recovering a forgotten password are available here: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201487 Unfortunately, if you are unable to get into your account using any of those methods then you will have sacrificed your account. Apple also has instructions for restoring your iPad to factory defaults through iTunes: ...


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It's an embedded problem at the top of the page in Outlook. Skip down about 5 lines and your email will be fine.


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If this is occurring with a gmail IMAP account: This problem occurred for me because my Trash label in gmail was not set to 'show in imap' (despite following the recommendation of @rcarver). I required one additional step first, i.e. 1) In gmail settings, make sure that the trash label is set to show and Show in IMAP. 2) In Mail.app, select the trash ...


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The key is that this process doesn't seem to make the top-level folders appropriately. 1) In gmail settings add a label with the missing top level. For example, for my example above, If I create a label called Group then instantly the sub-labels get properly moved to it automatically. i.e. Group (messages) Group |- SubGroup1 |- SubGroup2 |- ...


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Go to Mail > Preferences > Viewing Then uncheck “Include related messages”.


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I turned off all "Show in IMAP" label settings in the Gmail web console. I then added back only "All Mail." I restarted Mail.app and reenabled the account. Mail started normally and my email was available. I still would like to know the source of the issue, but for now the problem is resolved.


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The problem lies in the Mail - List view - with Preview Window. Unfortunately as soon you look at the mail (without actually opening it), the Mail will mark it as viewed (since you did see it in the preview window). The only way to keep email as not red till you actually click to open, is to remove the Preview window in the List view. To do that just ...


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You may type top to go to the start or bottom to go to the bottom. You may even type the month or year of the transaction.


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Just managed to change mine on my iPhone by changing the contact information in contacts - I share an iCloud email with my husband and all my messages sent from my iPhone came from him. I deleted my email alias from his contact information and made sure my contact information had my name and my email alias - problem solved!


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Your messages are not gone. Apple Mail is not displaying the Exchange or G-mail inbox properly. I tested this with 2 systems: 1 on Mavericks and 1 on Yosemite. The Mavericks mail worked correctly and the Yosemite would stop displaying the inbox. I was able to perform operations (read, flag, delete, move) messages on the Mavericks system and the actions ...


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If you really want to go through all these expenses,why not load "Windows Parallel" and load "windows ,along with Microsoft outlook".


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Try selecting the Trash mailbox(folder) and then the menu item: Mailbox -> Use This Mailbox As -> Trash Mailbox Hope that helps!


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I feel your pain. I am also an RR client. Don't know if you are a native Apple person or if you are straddling the Windows-Apple barbed wire saddle. I wanted to share this with you, in case you ever look for an answer again (I see it was June when you posted). I found several "tips" about deleting lots of emails, but never like a "select all" and then ...


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I had this problem and the following fixed it on my iphone 6. go to mail then mailboxes find "trash" and make sure the box is checked. Solved my problem.


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I had the same problem. All my settings seemed correct. "Connection Doctor" indicated my username/password was incorrect but I thought it was weird since I did get incoming mails. Anyhow, after I re-typed my email address/pw inside the "edit smtp server list > Advanced", the outgoing mail went out successfully. BTW, I have 2 gmail accounts configured in Mac ...


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This is one of the many functions that are available in the Mail.app plugin Mailhub.


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You need to add this http://www.startssl.com/certs/sub.class2.client.ca.crt certificate to your OS X keychain. After that your messages will contains both of certificates.


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The default file type for screencaps in OS X is .png format. Perhaps your recipients' email readers cannot process .png files. You can change the default file type by executing these commands in Terminal. To change the default format to JPEG, for example, use these commands: defaults write com.apple.screencapture type jpg killall SystemUIServer Other ...


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If you want to backup messages of iPhone, you can use iTunes to make it. Download the latest version of iTunes on your computer; Connect iPhone to computer and run iTunes with it; Choose to make a backup with iTunes; That is the way you are able to backup iPhone messages on computer.


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I found them in the label "important"



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