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Got this working in Yosemite. Close mail. Go to ~/Library/Mail/V2/MailData/ Edit VIPSenders.plist and remove all the senders. Save file. Select file and press command + I to see information about file. Check checkbox locked under general info. Reopen Mail.


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I found this post searching for an answer. Like the original poster, I've been receiving spam that appears to be coming from my email address (icloud). When I clicked on it from my phone, it seemed to be my address. I thought I had been hacked, even though I'd changed my password - a few times. It never occurred to me it could be coming from someplace else. ...


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Theoreticly there's always a certain risk since no system is 100% secure. But given the measures Apple took/takes to make iOS as secure as possible that risk is kept rather low. Currently there is no known security hole regarding what you describe.


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Unsure if you've resolved the issue but I've just had the same problem and fixed it. Select the trash folder in your new email account. Click 'Mailbox' from the toolbar and 'Use this mailbox as', then click on trash. Solved it straight away :)


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I found the source of those repetitive crashes : a rule that tried moving email in a directory that does not exist anymore. Under 10.10.2 Mail would simply not do anything. Under 10.10.3 Mail 8.2 crashed and corrupt the mail index. Simply fixing the rules did solve my problem.


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I know this one is a little old -- so here is an update of sorts. I had a hard time getting that answer's shell script to work correctly. I had installed Markdown via brew. On the shell script "Pass input:" set to "as arguments". I had success with this variation on the shell script: /usr/local/bin/markdown <( echo "$1" ) | /usr/bin/textutil -stdin ...


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This is a history note for a bug report to Apple, made here. As discussed earlier with admins, this is ok, since this is one attempt for solution. Apple does not keep public those reports and does not send any documentation to users so we must keep them public, since they do not do it.


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For an iPad, go into settings under Mail, Contacts, Calender, you will have the option to delete the account.


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I also had extremely slow mail using Yosemite until I did this: From the Mail menu, click Preferences > Accounts > Mailbox Behaviors Drafts: Store draft messages on the server > leave unchecked Sent: Store sent messages on the server > leave unchecked Junk: Store junk messages on the server > checked Delete junk messages when > Never Trash: Move ...


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It appears this issue was fixed in 10.10.3 . I have been having the same issue for 6 months and was unable to fix it despite trying all of things that I had read. After I installed the Yosemite 10.10.3 update everything is working fine. Hopefully other people can download the update and it will start working for them as well.


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Have your tried the Developer Preview of Office 2016 for Mac? I have been using it for several mail merges and thus far, I have not run into any issues.


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you can use Labels and Databases http://cristallight.com/LabelsAndDatabases/mailmerge.aspx


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You'll have to create a new one. If you've already set the existing (wrong) account up on your devices, remove it from all of them (on one device, make sure that you select the option to keep contacts etc., on the others click delete so you don't end up with double or triple content later). Keep in mind that the account is set up in multiple places. iCloud ...


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Take it back to the dealer. See if they have the contact details. If not, get your money back, they should have checked before even buying it from the previous owner. The entire email address is never exposed, so you won't be able to access it. Even if not stolen, if the original owner doesn't remove it from their iCloud account, there's no way to bypass ...


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Use Compress Images to shrink JPG/PNG images before they are added to Pages.


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This only works to effectively "hide" the previous recipient from the previous recipients list on your phone. Apple still keeps a file with all your previous recipients in iCloud. When you completely "Erase all Content and Settings" and set up as a new phone, then sign in to iCloud all the previous recipients are restored. In other words you have to do ...


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What I did was , composed a new email , went back to my inbox and dragged and dropped the required emails into my composed email . I think it worked


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This AskDifferent question sounds like a very similar request, shows this About.com article. From the above answer: If you want to apply the reply-to all the time there's a hack you can do this via Terminal: defaults write com.apple.mail UserHeaders '{"Reply-To" = "reply-to@address"; }'


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Start new email. On the left you see a pull down arrow. It will open the option of Reply to:


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In Mail, under the View menu, you can choose which fields to show or hide, including Reply To.


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Mailmate allows extensive tagging (IMAP compatible). A very good mail client, btw.


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Depending on how simple you need your notes, flags might cover what you need. Apple Mail allows you to put a colored flag on your mail by right-clicking it (you can add it to the menu bar as well). As soon as you start flagging mails there will be a view besides/under your inbox which organizes them by the different flags.


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From my brief searching through the Apple discussion sites, it looks as though you can't actually delete an iCloud account! Here are some links to some posts I've read regarding this: 'How to Close an iCloud Account ' 'closing my icloud account ' 'How can you close an icloud account?' 'Upgraded to Yosemite, signed up for iCloud and an now want to close ...


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I suspect that your answer here will be mail rules, and AppleScript. Rather than relying on parsing out the raw messages, you can create a rule to filter on the bad status messages and then run an AppleScript, and another on the Ok. To learn about AppleScript and the Mail dictionary: enter Introduction to Scripting Mail Mail rules are set in Preferences on ...


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I used to have tons of sync issues when attempting to use certain Exchange accounts with Mail.app and issues are still being reported with Yosemite: see this discussion - https://discussions.apple.com/message/26903397#26903397 If you have to use a Microsoft account and you're running a mac, you might want to consider changing your mail client. The user ...


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I just switched to Thunderbird as my email client works like Mac Mail should work. Set up time for all 5 of my emails was 20 mins. Everything syncs up across all devices.


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And if you'd like to turn off archiving all together, setting this string to "NO" seems to work <key>HasServerDefinedArchiveMailbox</key> <string>NO</string> Be aware, a program update from Apple might undo these changes.


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I tend to believe this answer is incorrect, or at least not fully correct. The problematic Outlook settings have been known for years. However, the OP stated that the problem started after upgrading to iOS 8.0.2, which implies it worked before, without any settings changed on the senders' side. I am experiencing a similar issue. iOS 8 devices cannot ...


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Im=n Mail.app (Yosemite) select Mail -> Preferences then click on the account in question on the left. The "Full Name" field is likely what you are talking about. Verify that is correct. If it is not in mail.app a few more details would help: platform, application, etc...



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