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You shouldn't use your Google account password to sign in to a mail app. Instead, use an App Password. That's because most mail apps can't handle a two-factor auth code. For more information, visit https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/185833?hl=en. You can create an App Password at https://security.google.com/settings/security/apppasswords


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I have the same intermittent problem. So far, the only solution I've found is to reboot my Mac. Cycling the Mail app doesn't work. (MacBook Air, MacOS 10.9.4)


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If you go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Add Account, then choose iCloud. At the bottom of the next screen you'll see Get a Free Apple ID.


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It does not matter that you update your account. You can try to disassociate them and create a new outlook account....After that, follow the step to export iPhone contacts to outlook. 1.Connect your iPhone to the computer using the supplied USB cable and launch the iTunes application, if it does not launch automatically. iTunes displays your iPhone on the ...


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Unfortunately, this feature is not currently available in Outlook 2011. Personally I think it was a huge mistake to omit this feature in the Mac version of Office 2011. The best you can do is to send your feedback by clicking Help > Send Feedback... in any Office application, or by clicking on this link. However, if your feedback is taken into ...


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No, the phone can't email itself. He probably went into your accounts, checked your email address, and made a backup of your notes by emailing the stuff to your email address. That's what people do sometimes to remind themselves about stuff the next day or later when you read your emails. If he sent it to your email address, and then read his own email, it ...


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Not all certificates are supported by iOS, it depends on the encryption method. I had issues with the free Comodo S/Mime certificates and switched to the free S/Mime certificates from Startssl.com, they work fine


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You can write a mailto link in Note app like this: mailto:someone@example.com?subject=This%20is%20the%20subject&cc=someone_else@example.com&body=This%20is%20the%20body Use %20 to add a blank and %3Cbr%3E for a new line. The Note app on iPhone will recognise this link. You can just tap it to create a new mail. ...


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These settings work for me. Incoming Protocol: IMAP Server: imap.mail.me.com Port: 993 SSL: SSL/TLS Authentication: Normal password Outgoing Protocol: SMTP Server: smtp.mail.me.com Port: 587 SSL: STARTTLS Authentication: Normal password Username for both should just be your actual username "karlo_lopez", not your whole email address.


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Have you tried to rebuild the database and/or setup a new identity to 'try again'? The first, rebuilding the database, is quite easy: Make sure Outlook is not running Hold the option (alt) key Open Outlook 2011 Select your default profile, presumably Main Identity and select the [Rebuild] option Wait... This could take a while. The second option, ...


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Go to Settings → Notes and change the default account to "On My iPhone". Your problem will be sorted out!


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There is no way. iMessage is a proprietary service, and the sender needs access to the receiver's public key to send a message. Techcrunch explains the whitepaper Apple released on iMessage's implementation in this way: When someone starts an iMessage conversation with you, they fetch your public key(s) from Apple’s servers. Before that message leaves ...


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The configuration totally depends on the email server details. If your admin has emailed you these settings trust that they will be complete. The settings you have in the screenshot above would be meant for an office computer residing inside the company office. The problem why you cannot connect to the email server would be because the IP addresses are ...


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Is there a reason you're trying this particular approach? If your real question is how to send signed and encrypted email, I use GPG (through GPGTools). There is a plug-in that works with Thunderbird but I use Apple's Mail.


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I can only answer the Mac Mail part of this question as I do not want to test the Thunderbird part. I am just writing this part for the people who are not familiar with asymmetric encryption: In this form of encryption you need two keys, a private one and a public one. A certificate in that sense is nothing more than the public key but it has some more ...


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This appears to be a problem with Google's SMTP servers, affecting all clients on all platforms (excluding web) and preventing the sending of email. This has now been fixed: This issue is now resolved. Thanks again for reporting this to us and for your continued patience while we worked to resolve it! ...


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Click the little disclosure triangle beside "Inbox" and Mail will show you the separate Inboxes.



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