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Some of it depends on what type of account @outlook.com accounts are but I am quite sure that it would be IMAP. As such, if you delete your messages, it will delete them from your live email account to, which obviously could come with unintended consequences. To avoid that, I would recommend first confirming that messages are only set to download when you ...


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It is not possible by default, but you can download a plugin for the Mail app. The plugin is called TruePreview. It is said that it supports OS X Mountain Lion and below, but I had it working on my Mavericks machine. Anyway, here's the method: Quit the Mail app Download TruePreview (scroll down for latest versions) and run the installer Launch Mail.app ...


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Since you can't perform this trick... if you're that desperate, you can update to iOS 9 Public Beta and this feature will become present. Alternatively, you can jailbreak your iPad and get a tweak named All Mail Actions from the BigBoss repository in Cydia. If you're not willing to do any of these, you're going to have to delete each and every email ...


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What's happening is that your iPhone is only fetching new data from the server only every so often, like every hour. To fix this, go into Settings->Mail, Contacts, Calendars->Fetch New Data and make sure that "Push" is enabled. Some mail services don't support Push, so the "Fetch" schedule below would be used. Scroll down and select "Every 15 Minutes" under ...


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You could use a Mail Rule to redirect them to a specific folder, that will stop the notification, if your prefs are set accordingly. This is an example from my gateway notifications, which I don't need dinging & notifying every hour... Stop evaluating as the last step if you want no further action, otherwise the next rules will be applied, down the ...


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First, remove his account from the list of accounts in preferences. Go to Mail > Preferences [command ⌘+, Go to the Accounts tab [Looks like an @ symbol] Select his old account Click the Minus button at the bottom of the list to remove his account [see picture below] Now, add your email account. Note: Not to be confused with your Apple ID and ...


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allEmails is a list that contains several lists, each sublist contains emails of a contact. email is an object, you need to get the value of this object. So, you need a loop for each list, and another loop for each value. tell application "Contacts" set myList to value of emails of people end tell repeat with aList in myList repeat with anEmail in ...


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Yes. I searched the dictionary for Mail.app and it's been removed. I would love to find the code and put it back. This just creates more misery for people dealing with non-technicals who 'don't get it'.


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I found a fix, Use this extension for Mac Mail: http://universalmailer.github.io/UniversalMailer/download.html It is available under the MIT license, you have to pay for the ad free version, but there are these other benefits to using it.


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Without seeing the headers of the email and knowing whether you requested verification email immediately before it was sent, here's what I would do. Do not click any link in the email Open a new browser window and type the company address and navigate to the service that needs verification (iCloud or AppleID or developer account or music/book sales account ...


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The from email address can be anything, so that means this can be anyone. To tell if it is really them: View the full header of the email. Open Mail, open the email, press Cmnd+Shift+H to view the header, look where it came from, obviously you wanna look for apple.com, anything else is most likely fake. Here is part of an example of a legitimate Apple ...


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You can verify the email address where the mail came from. It should be something like XXX@apple.com or XXX@XXX.apple.com (where xxx could be different but the domain always has to end with apple.com) You could also check the used vocabulary, if there are any mistakes it's not genuine. If I remember correctly, als mails from apple also include an apple ...


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Its also possible to attach multiple photos at once. To do so (applies to iOS 8.1.1): Switch to the "Photos" app and tap "Select" button in the upper right corner Select photos you wish to attach Tap "Share" button in the left bottom corner (box with an arrow pointing outwards) and choose "Copy" Switch to the "Mail" app, click "Reply" and hold in the body ...


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Stars on Gmail are flags on Mail app. You can go ahead and remove the flags if you wish; the Flagged folder is a smart folder and removing the flags or stars will empty it. Or you can just leave them there, it depends on what you used Stars for. I wouldn't delete them though; while usually items in folders are just tags in Gmail, I'm not sure if deleting ...


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I'm also seeking the same functionality, I can't believe that Apple just won't consider that many people archive message by default, no longer deleting. Please @Apple let us choose archive by default in OS X mail.app. As an interim solution, I use BetterTouchTool and setup a gesture to map to a keyboard shortcut key that I setup in OS X settings in ...


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Since GSX is part of the Services that Apple extends to partners that are cleared past the level of support that end users receive, you might want to reach out to your contact at Apple to verify that you can use any AppleID to access the service. Depending on how you qualify for GSX - you might be restricted to use the AppleID you used for testing / ...


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As forcer obliquely mentioned SMTP is for sending mail. And one of the most popular programs to do that is called "Sendmail." Not that you need to know that, but hey... Anyway to be able to send and receive email you need both an SMTP server and an incoming mail server that speaks either POP or IMAP. I won't go into Exchange here as it is Microsoft's own ...


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For me the issue was that my email account was set to automatically download all attachments. Go to mail->preferences->accounts->(click on an account)->advanced->uncheck "automatically download all attachments" After doing this you might have to remove and add your account for mail


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In Mail.app go to Preferences → Accounts → Alias


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Sign in to Messages on OS X Select the conversation you want to save File -> Print -> Save (optional) Use whatever pdf editing software you choose to extract, copy, transform the PDF version of the conversation


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The solution is to go to Window-> Previous Recipients and remove those you don't want. This is discussed in the help page "Manage email addresses in the Previous Recipients list".


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Go to Preferences-> Viewing then select Use Classic Layout. It was far easier to hide the viewing panel in this layout. Then I was simply able to delete the message as it didn't display when selected.


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I created a Smart Mailbox with the following parameters: Message is not in Mailbox: Inbox Once I did that, it provided me all of the emails that I have archived. Have fun!


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If you want all email send from one account (i.e. gmail) you can set that up in Mail preferences. Open Mail Preferences then select Composing: Now select your gmail in the "send new messages from:" Obviously in Mail you will need Yahoo and Gmail accounts. Alternatively you can use the "Reply to" in Mail app. For that Start a new mail and go View - ...


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First off, congratulations on upgrading to a Mac, I'm a Windows "switcher", too, and will never go back. Secondly, as far as reinstalling a fresh copy of OS X (pronounced oh-es-ten NOT oh-es-ex) you will want to turn your MacBook off, then turn it back on, but while holding the Option key. Release it when you see two icons of hard drives, whatever you named ...


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the resolution was to turn off the background app refresh in settings then general


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I find a page talking about how to correct this error when sending mails. You can have a try. http://osxdaily.com/2014/10/28/fix-mail-smtp-sending-errors-os-x-mac/


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The most common issues with SMTP can come from Anti-virus software Firewalls ISP Restrictions or Blocks Since your problem is sporadic, I would guess it isthe Virus app if you have any installed. There is a test you can do in Terminal with "Telnet" Basic connectivity test is done with depending on what port you're using to send, type 'telnet ...


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Thanks all. I have cured the problem by deleting a Yahoo account which shared the same e mail address as BT.


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This is what I do: Write the first paragraph. Write part of the the second paragraph. Go back to the end of the first paragraph and press return or enter a couple of times. Paste whatever will change the text style into the space you've just created. Not very elegant but it does the job.


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It's possible if you move (drag & drop) the Mail from the inbox to the mail drafts folder. There you can edit the mail by doupble-klicking, change the subject or text, close it and move it again to the inbox. Unfortunately the time-stamp is adapted as well.


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If you have Two-Step Verification turned on for your Google account, you will need to log onto your Google account and generate an App Specific Password for your MacBook Mail. You will find it at https://myaccount.google.com Then go under Sign-in & Security Scroll down a little bit and then select App Passwords At the bottom, there is a select an app ...



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