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For Yahoo mail Here's the essential steps to get it working. Server name should match your email Right outgoing mail port (465) is used Authentication method is Password Here's the step by step instructions: Get to Mail > Preferences and select the account you are working on. Check the Outgoing Mail Servers (SMTP) Click Edit SMTP Server List Add ...
I have a similar problem. Last month, on one particular day, 80GB was downloaded (and another day, almost 40GB). This was definitely not something I was downloading - I don't even have 40GB of spare disk on any computer at home! After resetting router passwords (in case someone was hacking my wifi), and monitoring all my home computers, I also narrowed it ...
I think this is not a problem of Apple Mail and your configuration, but more with Gmail. Are you able to send a mail from your alias via the Gmail website and is the sender address correct? If no, this may help you. Afterwards sending via your mail app should also work.
Try this. Quit Mail, then go to your home folder's Library folder (*) and move the folder com.apple.mail from the Containers folder to your desktop. Start Mail up and see what what happens - hopefully it will start behaving again. If it does, trash the folder you moved to the desktop. We've had several instances of odd Mail behaviour and trashing the Mail ...
According to this Apple documentation: When you archive a message, it moves to the All Mail folder. Mail doesn't delete the message from the Gmail account. Using the Archive setting replaces all delete options, including tapping the Trash icon while you view a message, and selecting Edit to manage multiple messages. Mostly important, turning it off ...
Usually an easy fix is to remove the google account from your mac all together so that all info is taken off. Then re-add the account from scratch, it should resync everything and this usually stops it constantly asking for the password.
I found that my gmail 'sent label' was not appearing in my ipad mail. From there, it was just a matter of going to gmail desktop/web client (where you get access to settings) and in the Settings->Labels, make sure the 'Show in IMAP' is checked for your Sent Label (and any others you want to appear through the IMAP interface for that matter). I must have ...
Go to mail, contacts, calendars>Fetch Data> check every 15 minutes!! Took me a few minutes and found no one posting this fix!!
There is an article that offers an extremely time-intensive solution (not a gueareneed fix) https://www.davescomputers.com/problems-gmail-mac-yosemite/ The basic steps are: 1 Open the email client app on your Mac computer. 2 Log into Gmail in your web browser, not in the app. 3 Look for a button on the right top corner of your Gmail that looks like a ...
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