New answers tagged exchange
If it was installed using a Profile sometimes you cant remove it using Internet Accounts. Instead you need to go to System Preferences -> Profiles and remove the email profile.
Had the same issue, and for me it helped rebuilding the inbox. Select the Inbox then go to the Mailbox menu and then select Rebuild in the bottom of the menu. If the option Rebuild are disabled, make sure you are in Mailbox view so you can have the folder selected. To get the Mailbox view click Mailboxes in the Favorites bar, or choose View > Show Mailbox ...
I've been looking for an answer to this as well. Here's how i resolved it. I found the file that stores the username in ~/Library/Accounts/Accounts3.sqlite. I used the sqlitebrowser app from http://sqlitebrowser.org/ to open it. Drag and drop Accounts3.sqlite to the dock icon to open the file. Click the Browse Data tab. Change the Table to ZACCOUNT. I ...
This is because your iOS device supports the Exchange Active Sync (which is for mobile only) protocol where Mail and Calendar do not. For your OS X Mail and Calendar to work, you either need: Exchange protocol support in Mail and Calendar meaning Apple has to pay for licensing (not likely to happen) IMAP, CalDav, and/or POP3 service enabled on the ...
Instead of deleting, cut the event and it will be gone:)
Each device has a local store of contacts. To synchronize things on each device - you can turn off Exchange sync and then see all the contacts that remain are local. When you re-enable exchange sync - copy them one by one or choose to sync them all up to the cloud. Then repeat for each other device. By setting the default place to store new contacts - you ...
The short answer is No. Apple Notes and OneNoe can't be sync'd. You can export content from Notes and import it into OneNote, but they won't sync.
Top 50 recent answers are included