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I've come up with my own answers for this in case anyone comes across this question. 1) No, you do not have to enable Apple Push notifications. 2 & 3) You can configure them to go through your ISP's SMTP gateway with the following steps (for 10.7.x and 10.8.x). Go to Server.app Go Mail Check "Relay outgound mail through ISP" Click edit to the right ...


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In Mail, click on the Window menu then Previous Recipients. To locate people not in your address book, click on the empty column header all the way to the left (to the left of Name). The ones that are in your address book have an icon in that column. Select the recipient you want to delete and click Remove from List in the lower-left corner. Screenshots ...


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Not sure if you still have this problem, but this confused me too. I have been using Sparrow during Mavericks. After upgrade to Yosemite I decide to give the native mail.app a try. It looks good, but I was confused that it seem when adding multiple email accounts, it will show the structures, like folders, labels, etc in separate, but has a together inbox, ...


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Mail will be stored in ~/Library/Mail. Gmail and Yahoo typically use IMAP, which means the messages are held on their server until you delete them. Doubtful that this is what is eating up a big chunk of your drive space; my Mail folder weighs in at just under 9GB for nine accounts, one of which has messages going back 8+ years. There are a few options in ...


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The e-mail you receives has an Unique Identifier. They're the same for both as it's the "same email". There's nothing you can do about this as Mail marks this ID as read. Forward it yourself is an option, it will be a new UID.


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Strictly speaking, You have read it. I've noticed recently that if I get duplicate emails to 2 accounts, Mail is actually appearing to merge them into one email [at a user-level anyway, idk about behind the scenes] I know of no way round this, so maybe try using Flags instead of the 'read' indicator. More work, but more reliable.


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Unless you do some huge digging in the menus, I don't think you can fix this. If you "mark as read" as a workaround, the e-mail will likely be marked as read on both accounts.


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I have also faced a similar outlook crashing issue and tried rebuilding and even downgrading outlook but in vain. At last I tried Outlook Mac Database Recovery and was extremely happy with the results. I was able to restore my emails as well as recover missing emails which were lost during rebuild. Anyone facing outlook mac database corruption related ...


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You can try adding the dan@old.com email as a secondary email address for your Apple ID and try signing out then. If you feel the need to you can then remove it once again. You can do this at appleid.apple.com


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Heres a few things you can do 1) Start at iforgot.apple.com This may be your apple ID, but just an old one you don't recognise. I've had this problem with other friends before where they don't remember how/when they made that account. So thats the best place to try 2) Contact the email address If you don't know who it is, try and get in contact with them ...


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As Tyson says, this might help: http://support.apple.com/kb/ts5223 If you can make your AppleID change back to dan@old.com you should then be able to sign out of it on the iDevices. After signing out the iDevices - change the AppleID again to dan@new.com and you're good to go.


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Send a note to the email address saying "Hey, did we accidently swap iPads? I seem to have yours - where is mine?" If in fact it is locked with someone else's AppleID, I think you are out of luck. These theft prevention types of systems are intentionally hard to bypass. If you can bring your receipts and the device to an Apple store, they might be able to ...


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Something doesn't sound right, as if you restored somebody else's backup. I would take it to a Genius Bar or at the very least call Apple and explain your situation. Admittedly, it does sound shifty...


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You should check out iPhone email client called Mailburn. They show conversations as chats and remove all quoted text from the messages. Exactly what you are looking for.


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Here is a 2 step process to do that. Part I First create a Smart Folder in Mail. There you will sort all emails specific to a selected account. You can skip the above part and sort by account then select the messages from a single account. Part II Now use (Copy) one of those Apple Scripts (Thank you Matthieu Riegler) in to your AppleScript Editor.app ...


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I read somewhere on the Apple forums about this tip. I wanted to configure my mail account from scratch, in Mavericks, sync the remote e-mails by IMAP and then import the local e-mails. Since I forgot to use the export function in Mail, before installing Mavericks, I just copied the old local mbox over, but Mail wouldn't automatically pick it up, and using ...


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what worked for me was to make sure the address I wanted to use for Autofill was the top address in my Contacts entry.


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I don't know what is causing the error, but I can tell you where on the filesystem you can find your messages. Perhaps you can move them manually in Finder? The default location for mailboxes is: ~/Library/Mail/V2/ in Finder, choose Go To Folder from the GO menu or use the shortcut ⬆︎⌘G and paste that path into the dialog box. That folder should contain ...


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The fact that the email originates from csparks@pineland.net, and the misspelling (responsinility) and grammar mistake ("In case of not paying") tells me it is a SCAM. Delete and move on.


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Wouldn't trust it as far as I could spit it. Forward the email to phishing@apple.com [Edit] I just noticed "In case of not paying" & "we do not take responsinility" & had to laugh.


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As long as you don't have any user data stored within the xCode.app file structure, just delete the xCode app. Then re-download it from the AppStore using your new AppleID.


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Google uses Labels instead of folders, so in Apple's mail the messages with a given label will appear in a folder with that given labels name (assuming the Show in IMAP option is selected in Gmail's Labels setting for any given label). If this doesn't work for you you may want to try out http://mailplaneapp.com for your gmail/os x needs.


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This is a symptom of Outlook sending incorrect formats to Internet-based e-mail addresses. It's been a problem for many years. Have your IT staff look into the problem here: https://support.microsoft.com/kb/958012 If you're the only one who is receiving these wonky mails, it could be that your entry in Contacts is forcing the supposedly not an RTF problem ...


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You can install Markdown Service Tools and then follow the instructions by Tobias O’Leary. Recommended!


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I can confirm that the IOS 8 Mail app (and on IOS 7) searches all IMAP mailboxes on all 5 of my mail accounts on different servers when I use the search box via the "All Mailboxes" list item in IOS Mail. It can take a little while sometimes but it always works for me. In Mavericks Mac Mail I leave the Inbox selected when I search otherwise it seems to ...


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I do not know for the OS X 10.6.8 but on 10.9.5 it works like this Create new Smart Mailbox Once it is done finding all emails with attachments Select all or specific one Under the Messages tab select "Remove Attachment". Or Create a keyboard shortcut for it System preferences Keyboard - Shortcuts tab Select App shortcut Click on (+) sign) Select ...


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The way i am currently disabling this is by going to my children's email accounts and setting up rules to automatically delete this email when it comes in, its not perfect, but it will work for now.


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To add the Ribbon on/off to your Tool bar right click on it and select "Customize Toolbar". In the new window, drag the Ribbon to your Tool bar. The ribbon you are showing is already the standard version on MS Outlook 2011. It can not be further customized, unlike the other MS office products.


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First before doing ANYTHING, make sure to turn off find my iPhone. Then go to https://appleid.apple.com/ and change your appleid. Then there will be a number of places you need to log out on your phone and log back in with the correct ID. iCloud, iMessage, Facetime, game center, app store/iTunes to name most. Then turn FindMyIphone back on.


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I just went through this mess, almost the exact same steps (minus the boss asking). In my case I had forgotten about the iPad being logged in to the same account and did not turn off findMyiPhone on it before changing the appleId. What worked for me finally, I found here apple's KB. Log out of iMessage on the iPad, and the log back into iMessage making ...


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/usr is a hidden folder, so that's why you normally can't see it. I use iTweaX to show these, but I'm sure there are other methods. I just today got this same thing in Entourage, so I scanned the libexec subfolder with ClamXav, just to be careful. It showed no viruses. After I did a hard restart of the Mac, all seems to be back to normal in Entourage. ...


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I'm reluctant to suggest this without knowing more about your situation, but taking your question at face value, you might want to look into Apple's Find My Friends app. It has various settings that control who can see a phone's location and for how long they can see it. And with the Restriction settings within iOS you can set various settings and lock them ...


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Apple don't seem to have documented which signature formats iOS data detection will recognise as far as I can tell. All I can tell you is that the following signature format seems to work. John Smith T: +44 (0) 141 123 4567 E: john.smith@example.com



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